Category Archives: Citizen Science

The Perilous Life of a Nesting Turtle

Turtle Nesting season is winding down, but there are still some on the move finding nesting sites or going back to their wetlands. This post has tips for helping turtles, explains their nesting habits, and has video footage of a Blanding’s Turtle nesting in the gravel on the side of a busy road.

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Notes From the Field – Summer 2019

The comings and goings of the Conservancy volunteers and staff at the Nature Reserves.

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Welcome to our New Summer Staff

2019 Summer Staff

Join us in welcoming our three summer staff!

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Spring & Summer Job Opportunity

We are now accepting applications for a Citizen Science Field Technician to work with our Project Manager for 16 weeks, beginning May 6th.

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Notes From The Field – Spring 2019

Regular updates from our staff and volunteers in the field.

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The Ripple Effect of an Environmental Champion

Angela Rehhorn was a passionate and committed conservationist who left us far too soon.

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Citizen Science Training Happening Now

As we inch closer to the spring field season, citizen science volunteers are currently getting the training they need for their chosen monitoring discipline. After recruiting through January and early February, training courses began February 10th and will continue until early May. For the most part, these courses happen indoors…in a nice warm classroom.

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Now Recruiting for 2019 Volunteer Opportunities

We have another exciting lineup of volunteer opportunities for 2019. If you’re already part of the team, we’re offering new courses to enhance your naturalist skills.

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Notes From The Field – Fall 2018

On Sunday December 2nd from 1:30 to 4 pm, we’re going to take over the basement of the St. Paul’s Centre and hold an event for all of our monitoring teams

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Notes from the Field – Summer 2018

Follow volunteers and staff as they visit conservancy properties and discover the species living there.

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