Posts Tagged ‘invertebrates’

Monthly Meeting: Ontario’s Spiders

All are welcome to join us at the Peterborough Public Library (344 Aylmer St N) at 7:30pm on Wednesday, March 11. Tom Mason, retired curator of invertebrates at the Toronto Zoo, will present a talk about the spiders of this province. Tom is one of Ontario’s leading authorities on spiders, and is helping to document…

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Monthly Meeting: Dragonflies and Damselflies of Ontario

All are welcome to join us at the Peterborough Public Library (344 Aylmer St N) at 7:30pm on Wednesday, October 8, for a presentation by Colin Jones of the Natural Heritage Information Centre at the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. Dragonflies and damselflies are beautiful and truly fascinating creatures! From the Ebony Jewelwing to…

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An Introduction to the Native and Wild Bees of Ontario

All are welcome to join us at the Peterborough Public Library (344 Aylmer St N) at 7:30pm on Wednesday, June 11, for a presentation by Susan Chan, manager of the Native Pollinators Program at Farms at Work and the Rusty-patched Bumble Bee Project. This presentation will give an overview of the native bees found in Ontario,…

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Monthly Meeting: Nature’s Year

Join local author and Examiner columnist Drew Monkman for a “trip through the year” highlighting the main events happening in nature each month in the Kawarthas. Drew will also highlight species at risk, a few newcomers to our area and some of the potential impacts of climate change.

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