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Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists flock to Point Pelee National Park

by Neil Carleton They went, they saw, they heard, and they’ll never forget the unique experience of visiting the best location in inland North America to...

Travels and triumphs— the stories unfold

by Cheryl Morris for Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists On Thursday, April 16, 2015, the Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists (MVFN) will host a Members’ Night. This...

Trees and our past

by Michael Macpherson The Heritage Tree Workshop held in the Old Town Hall on February 11th brought arbour experts and admirers together to learn about...

Common Loon family on Clayton Lake

by Brent Eades Karen Riches of Clayton has been posting lovely photos to the Lanark Bird Spot Facebook group of a family of Commons Loons...

Two area students to benefit from Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists’ Cliff Bennett Nature Bursaries

The Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists (MVFN) are pleased to announce that on June 19th Cliff Bennett Nature Bursary awards were presented to two local...

Biking birders in fine feather for annual avian adventure

 by Neil Carleton   Since the 2009 launch of Bicycle Month in Mississippi Mills, Birders on Bikes has been a successful annual event for many outdoor...

Cliff Bennett receives the 2014 Stan Hodgkiss Canadian Outdoorsperson of the Year

 Cliff Bennett of Carleton Place, Ontario is the recipient of the Canadian Wildlife Federation 2014 Stan Hodgkiss Canadian Outdoorsperson of the Year award, in...

Almonte's Mississippi Valley Young Naturalist program featured on North Country Public Radio

Almonte's Mississippi Valley Young Naturalist program is featured on North Country Public Radio in New York state. Listen to the item here. We may...

Almonte Riverside Trail is open

by Jordan Smith The Almonte Riverside Trail (ART), which runs 7.5 km from Strathburn St. in Almonte to the Mill of Kintail, is open for...

Observing through the ‘Sucker Holes’

Monday night April 28 was the only night without precipitation in the forecast,  so we took our chances to see if we could peer...

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