The Peterborough Field Naturalists (PFN) is a registered charity and active club in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. We are currently holding Zoom meetings each month with intriguing topics and speakers. These are members - only events and we send an email out each month with details. Sign up to be a member now, don't miss out!
Each year our hard working volunteers distribute 8 issues of our monthly bulletin to members. The Orchid is full of excellent articles that can help keep you connected to nature in Peterborough.
PFN Monthly Meeting: Understanding and Conserving the Endangered Small- mouthed Salamander Complex on Pelee Island – Member Only
Thomas Hossie is an Assistant Professor in Biology at Trent University, broadly interested in population and behavioural ecology. His research focuses on two areas: the ecology and evolution of predator-prey…Read More
Join Drew Monkman to see migrating ducks and geese of eight or more species on Friday, November 18, from 9 a.m. to noon. We will check out Lakefield Marsh before…Read More
(Slideshow night cancelled) Michael Classens and Stephanie Rutherford will talk about their new partnership with Community Race Relations Committee of Peterborough (CRRC) and Kawartha World Issues Centre (KWIC), which aims…Read More
Jessica Linton is a Senior Biologist at Natural Resource Solutions Inc. in Waterloo, ON. Although her consulting project work is varied and involves a number of taxonomic groups, one of…Read More
Michael Runtz is a professor at Carleton University and is one ofCanada’s most highly respected naturalists, naturephotographers, and natural history authors. He is also wellknown for his educational and conservation…Read More