Posts Tagged ‘Fall’

Fall is for the birds

The beginning of fall is an exciting time for bird enthusiasts as summer fledglings become air-borne adults and join others of their kind on route to warmer climes. This mass exodus is happening all around us. “Fall is one of my favorite times of year to watch birds, especially raptors. When we talk about bird…

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2018 FABULOUS FALL FUNGI WORKSHOPS

ABOUT THE WORKSHOPS Now entering its 9th year, Fabulous Fall Fungi (FFF) is a series of multi-day  mushroom workshops offered to the public each fall at Queen’s University Biological Station (QUBS). These workshops introduce participants to the vast diversity of mushrooms and other fungi growing in Southern Ontario. Typically, 150-200 species are identified in each…

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Fall bird migration begins in Ontario

The start of fall is an exciting time for bird enthusiasts as summer fledglings become air-borne adults and join others of their kind on route to warmer climes. This mass exodus is happening all around us. When we talk about bird migration, most people think of spring. They don’t realize that the fall migration features…

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Fall migration in Ontario: Test your bird identification skills

As summer winds to a close, bird migration season begins! Birds will make the long journey from Ontario to their overwintering habitats.  Many hawks, hummingbirds, waterfowl and warblers are already on the move. The coming months will showcase scores more. During a leisurely evening stroll you may spot swallows, swifts or nighthawks as they swoop and…

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Fabulous Fall Fungi 2017

Fabulous Fall Fungi 2017 Monday, September 25th, 2017 – 5:00 PM Friday, September 29th, 2017 – 3:00 PM Queen’s University Biological Station 280 Queen’s University Road RR #1, Elgin, Ontario K0G 1E0 Telephone: 613-359-5629 https://qubs.ca/node/177

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