Monthly Archives: October 2022

Nature NS asks us to “Take the Challenge: Biodiversity Challenge Badge” 26Oct2022

It’s pretty simple and would likely mesh readily with the nature exploration & enjoyment activities of the NS Wild Flora Society and many more nature-oriented folks in NS: “basically, the challenge is to observe the natural world around you as … Continue reading

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Field Trip to Polly’s Cove Now on Oct. 29 or Oct. 30

The field trip to the Polly’s Cove Trail (between Peggy’s Cove and West Dover) has been reschedule to either Saturday Oct. 29. or Sunday Oct. 30. The call for which date will be made a few days before once Charlie … Continue reading

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Celebrating the McLarens & the Wild Flowers of Nunavut

Click on one of the photos above to see the full collection. Ian passed away in 2020, Bernice earlier this year. Today there is a celebration of their lives. They had their honeymoon at Ogac Lake, shown in the lower … Continue reading

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Online Member’s Meeting Oct. 24 – The Origin, Rationale and Results of the Last Hope Camp

Our next member’s meeting will be via Zoom at 7:00pm on Oct 24. Nina Newington will be our guest speaker. The Last Hope camp was a protest camp established on a logging road in Annapolis County on 2nd December, 2021. The goal … Continue reading

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All upcoming Field Trips cancelled until further notice

Due to the impact of hurricane Fiona, the Polly’s Cove and Cape Breton Field Trips are cancelled until further notice.

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