Monthly Archives: March 2020

What’s the earliest flowering native plant in Nova Scotia?

I guess it’s a toss-up between Skunk Cabbage and Dwarf Eastern Mistletoe I thought the answer was skunk cabbage, Symplocarpus foetidus, which I thought is found naturally only in SW Nova Scotia but, according to Nova Scotia Plants, also occurs … Continue reading

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The Museum of Natural History is now closed as a precaution to the spread of COVID-19. We will be postponing all future meetings until we hear that circumstances have changed.

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Annual General Meeting of Five Bridges Wilderness Heritage Trust

You are cordially invited to join the 19th Annual General Meeting assembly of members and volunteers/supporters of the Five Bridges Wilderness Heritage Trust.  Mark your calendar today for Sunday, March 22 from 2 – 4 pm at the Estabrooks Community Hall. Our guest speaker … Continue reading

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