Copyright DRFN 2016 - updated April. 17, 2016

DURHAM REGION FIELD NATURALISTS

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"conservation through education"

Welcome to the DRFN website!

We are a group of friendly people who share our love of nature through regular meetings and field trips. We hope you will join us. The membership tab will help you do this.

MEETINGS

Meetings are held the last Monday of the month with the exception of June, July, August and December. For location and a list of upcoming meetings please click "Meetings" on the menu. Members receive a newsletter 5 times per year.

FIELD TRIPS

We have regularly scheduled field trips. For a schedule of upcoming outings please click "Field Trips" on the menu. To see photos of past field trips please visit the DRFN Field Trip Photos on Shutterfly.

BUTTERFLY GARDEN

DRFN, with help from the Canadian Organic Growers Durham Chapter and the City of Oshawa, created a Butterfly Garden in 2004. Please visit! Click "Butterfly Garden" on the menu tab for more information. Find info on attracting butterflies to your garden. To see photos of the garden visit the DRFN Butterfly Garden Photos on Shutterfly.

VOLUNTEERING AT THE BUTTERFLY GARDEN

Click the above to see how you can help out at the garden.

DRFN GUIDE TO NATURAL AREAS OF DURHAM REGION

We are in the process of updating the guide.

Please check out what we have completed so far.

To view click on the box at the right.

DURHAM RARE BIRD HOTLINE

Contact Rayfield Pye at raypye (at) interlinks.net.

Also, check out the Durham Rare Bird Hotline Google Group.

Make a donation to this important venture - over $10 and you get a tax receipt!

UPCOMING EVENTS

NEXT DRFN MEETING

April 25 2016

Caroline Schultz, Ontario Nature: From our Backyards to the Boreal Forest and Beyond

NEXT DRFN FIELD TRIP

Saturday, April 23

at 8:00 AM

McLaughlin Bay

DRFN Guide

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Natural Areas

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Durham

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NEWS

Birding in Ontario Parks

DRFN is a member

of Ontario Nature

Message from Ontario Nature:

"Join Ontario Nature today!

Ontario Nature takes action every day protecting wild species and wild spaces in every corner of our province – from your backyard to the boreal forest and beyond. But birds, butterflies and badgers are not the heart and soul of our organization. People like you are. Will you join Ontario Nature today, and become a part of our growing conservation success story? For more membership information, please visit www.ontarionature.org/give/membership/index.php."

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