Join Kenny Ruelland from the Reptile and Amphibian Advocacy project at Little Cataraqui Conservation Area on Perth Road and learn how reptiles and amphibians have adapted to survive our Canadian winters by means of brumation.
This annual stewardship event, open to all Lake Association members, takes place in Perth at the Civitan Hall, 6787 Lanark County Rd. 43. The theme is “Enhancing, Restoring and Exploring: Applications for Citizen Science on your Lake. For more information, click on https://watersheds.ca/Lakelinks2019 .
The oft-misunderstood bat is the central topic in one of the CRCA’s most popular recurring public events. Back by popular demand, bat expert Matt Saunders, aka The Real Bat Man, will demystify folks about these flying rodents as part of a special presentation at Little Cat’s Outdoor Centre.
The annual “Frontenac” Christmas Bird Count will be celebrating its fifth year on Saturday, December 14th! Over the years, we have grown from 19 participants to over 60 active surveyors counting birds across to the Three Sisters Islands in the East Basin. Feeder-watchers are especially needed! If you can spare an hour or more of time to identify and count the birds that visit your feeder on December 14th, then please contact Carolyn or Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-531-4578 to register your participation and help science through birdwatching.
Turtles are the most imperiled vertebrae species on the planet
These ancient beings are on the brink of extinction
All 8 species of turtles in Ontario are classified as “species at risk”
Less than 1% of turtle eggs make it to sexual maturity
Want to Know more?
Come and join Turtles Kingston representative, Mabyn Armstrong, who will share fascinating facts about this amazing species. You’ll learn how you can help protect turtle nests found on your property and much more!
Please contact email@example.com or 613-328-9079 for more information
Turtle nest protectors and bat houses will be for sale
Light refreshments will be provided