News and Blog
Welcome to our blog page – we’ll keep this updated with news from club outings, projects and initiatives, and from the properties we steward. Check out the stories, leave a comment, and feel free to share on facebook!
We are always looking for different club members to write blog posts so we can capture everyone’s thoughts. If you are out at an event please let us know if you can write a few paragraphs and have some photos to share; we would love to hear from you.
Saturday July 29th, 2017 SFN lead their members out on a spectacular day of visiting two sites which are very beautiful this time of year. Keith McLean Conservation Lands Mid July and towards the end of the month is when the lotus flowers are in full bloom so the club...read more
A great showing of SFN members and general public came out to Canatara Park on April 29th to check out the second year of migratory bird banding at this location with master banders Carl Pascoe and Rachael Powless. Chilly weather kept the birds inactive at first but...read more
Sydenham River Nature Reserve are asking for your support in protecting a biological treasure. Join us in partnership with Ontario Nature and Lambton Wildlife Inc in purchasing and preserving this 78 hectare (192 acre) property with 2 kilometres of the Sydenham River...read more
The Wallaceburg Paw Paw Woods is one of Chatham-Kents newest public access nature trails. Just a few minutes walk from downtown Wallaceburg, this small Carolinian woodlot offers the opportunity to provide local natural heritage education and tours in an easily...read more
In 2005, upon learning of the sale of the Puskas Family Farm, the Sydenham Field Naturalists acted quickly to contact the new landowner about the ten acres of woodland on that farm. Working with an agreeable landowner, an Agreement of Sale was reached. Having viewed...read more
Turin Pawpaw Woods Jim and Georgina Sheldon donated 40 ha (100 acres) upland forest, wooded swamp and retired farmland to the Nature Conservancy Canada (NCC) with the vision of seeing the agricultural lands restored to their former wetland and forest habitat. This...read more
The Sydenham Field Naturalists initiative in establishing a one acre tallgrass prairie along hwy. 40 sparked the beginning of the Wallaceburg-Sarnia Prairie Passage by the Rural Lambton Stewardship Network. This one acre project was started in 1998 with the planting...read more