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Thursday June 1, 2017: Bob Bancroft on Forestry

Bob Bancroft is giving a presentation on Forestry in Nova Scotia to the Halifax Naturalists on Thursday June 1 at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, 1747 Summer Street, Halifax, 7:30 p.m. All welcome. View HFN Walks and Talks for details.

Tues May 16, 2017: Environmental Issues Election Debate

May 16, 2017 | 10:00 – 11:30 AM 6350 Coburg Rd., University of King’s College New Academic Building, Alumni Hall As poss, RSVP via Facebook See EAC for details

NS celebration of Nature Weekend May 26-28, 2017

Nature NS is holding its popular spring weekend at Milford House May 26-28, 2017. As in the recent past, the Young Naturalist Club will be participating, making it a family affair. There are talks about loons, flying squirrels and trout, a variety of field trips, and good food! For the kids, nature-oriented games, fields trips, [...]

Thursday, Apr. 6, 2017: ANTARCTIC VOYAGE

At our regular meeting, long-time HFN member Peter Webster will share experiences and images from his December 2015/January 2016 trip to the Antarctic. All welcome, 7:30 pm at NSMNH on Summer Street. View Details under Walks & Talks Also, Sydney Bliss will make a short presentation on the Landbirds at Risk in Forested Wetlands Project.

Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017: CANADA COAST to COAST …

Join us, 7:30 pm on Thursday Feb 2, 2017 at the NS Museum of Natural History on Summer Street for a very Canadian presentation. Gavin Mason, coastal geoscientist at BIO, will talk about our 300,000 km of coastline, elaborating on the geomorphology (the study of the origin and evolution of the earth’s landforms, both on [...]

THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 2016: THE WOLF AT THE DOOR

At our first regular meeting of 2017, award-winning author Bob Chaulk talks about the historic seal hunt during the period of the ‘wooden walls’, after the steamships SS Bloodhound and SS Wolf brought wholesale change to an old industry, beginning in 1863. Bob tells about the dangerous and desperate lives of the men – young, [...]

Thursday Oct 6, 2016: Detecting fishing vessel behaviour from space

Kristina Boerder, a PhD student from Dalhousie University, will tell us about how she is making movements of fishing vessels visible (even when they are out of sight!) using satellite technology in ecologically important areas of our world’s oceans. 7:30 p.m. at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History. Read more