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DURHAM REGION FIELD NATURALISTS
WELCOME TO THE DRFN WEBSITE!
Our motto is “conservation through education”
We are a group of friendly people who share our love of nature through regular meetings and field trips. We hope that you will join us.
MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 2023
via ZOOM only
Bridget Stutchbury – “Why is Tropical Bird Behaviour So Different”
Dr. Bridget Stutchbury explores why the tropics is a unique natural laboratory that has led to unusual and varied bird behaviour compared with temperate breeding species.
This meeting is via ZOOM only
but please note for future meetings there is a change in venue.
DRFN meetings will now be held at
Northminster United Church
The church is accessible and has an elevator for those who need it.
Address: 676 Simcoe St. North (northwest corner of Simcoe and Rossland).
Access the church parking lot from Carnegie Avenue. Additional on-street parking also available on Carnegie Avenue.
The wearing of masks is advised.
DRFN does not have meetings
in June, July, August and December
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 tab above.
We have regularly scheduled Field Trips.
For a schedule of
please click Field Trips
DRFN, with help from the Canadian Organic Growers Durham Chapter and the City of Oshawa, created a Butterfly Garden in 2004. Please visit! Click the Butterfly Garden tab for information.
VOLUNTEERING AT THE BUTTERFLY GARDEN - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
DRFN publishes 5 newsletter per year.
We call it "The Naturalist"
Guide to Natural Areas in Durham Region
DRFN is a member of ONTARIO NATURE
ADVOCATE FOR NATURE WITH
ONTARIO NATURE-ISSUES: - Minister’s Zoning Orders- Stop Sprawl and Grow the Greenbelt- Provincially Significant Wetlands no longer safe from development