Monthly Archives: March 2018

Walk Wylie! May 26, 2018

Tanya walking Wylie Rd

Take part in Walk Wylie, also known as the birder’s highway! No birding knowledge necessary and all are welcome.

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Join our 24 hour birding & biodiversity marathon!

Carden Challenge

Information on the 2018 Carden Challenge

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Notes from the Field – Spring 2018

Citizen science, trail maintenance, monitoring and more. These are the things enclosed in the Spring edition of the Notes from the Field,

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Volunteer to survey Whip-poor-wills this spring

This spring, by the light of the full moon, volunteers will be taking to the backroads of Oro-Medonte, Severn, Ramara, and Carden to survey for Whip-poor-will and Common nighthawk. Now recruiting!

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Have you heard any of these species?

If you have heard or observed any Whip poor will, Nighthawk, or Western chorus frogs in our region, particularly Simcoe County, we would like to know the location.

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Come work with us! New job opportunity

There is a new job opportunity with The Couchiching Conservancy

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Thank you! 200+ take part in Annual General Meeting

Ron Reid at Annual General Meeting

A re-cap of the Annual General Meeting

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Government commits funds to nature and biodiversity

Trumpeter Swan at Agnew Nature Reserve

March 1, 2018 — The Couchiching Conservancy (CC) applauds the announcement in Budget 2018 that significant new funds will be earmarked to protect Canada’s nature, parks, wild spaces and species at risk.

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