2009 AGM

2009 AGM weekend: 13–14 June at Grand Pré National Historic Site

Join your fellow naturalists on Saturday, June 13 and Sunday, June 14 for a weekend of camaraderie and exploration.

We'll be spending the weekend in the Wolfville area, sharing some events with the Nova Scotia Nature Trust on Saturday. Later Saturday afternoon, we have our own field trip lined, up with Sherman Boates to explore some dikes and adjacent areas near Grand Pré. That evening we will count swifts, look at the stars, and perhaps do. a little owling. 

On Sunday, we'll meet at the Grand Pré National Historic Site for breakfast, a talk on endangered species, and the AGM. Sunday afternoon, we have a couple of exciting field trips, lined up. (See thedetailed schedule page.)

There is no conference fee, but you are on your own for meals and accommodation. Nature Nova Scotia will provide a light breakfast on Sunday to participants. We hope to get a few tables together at a restaurant in Wolfville for Saturday supper to be close to the Robie Tufts Nature Centre chimney for the Chimney Swift show at sundown. And.for Sunday lunch before the field trips, we encourage you to bring a picnic lunch.to enjoy on the beautiful Grand Pré grounds.

View of the Valley from the lookoff

For accommodations, see the Doers and Dreamers guide, or visit. an online site such aswww.staynovascotia.ca. There are plenty of opportunities in the Wolfville area. For directions to Grand Pré, see the Parks Canada site, www.pc.gc.ca/lhn-nhs/ns/grandpre/index_E.asp; You should also check out the website of our hosts at Grand Pré~ Societe Promotion Grand-Pré, www.grand-pre.com.

Watch the Nature Nova Scotia website, naturens. Ca, for further information on the schedule, field trips, special guests, and amenities in the Wolfville area. Follow the link to the 2009 AGM page. If you need information not on the website, please Contact president Larry Bogan (larry @bogan. ca or 902 678-0446) or secretary Doug Linzey (see below)

Also have a look at the Nova Scotia Nature Trust site for Saturday events: nsnt.ca.

Please let Doug know if you will be participating (we need a head count for the Saturday evening and Sunday events)

Doug Linzey: doug@fundymud.com or 902 582-7176

Everyone is welcome – Feel free to bring children, parents, friends. Everyone deserves, a day or two like this: dikes, marshes, fossil foot-prints, wild orchids, stars,.flying creatures, and good company!