No. 1 Outside Wetland Project Activity Wraps for 2015
A media release summarizing the project to date is attached. Behind-the scenes activities will of course continue, with on-the-ground work starting again in the spring.
No. 2 Naturalists Club Facebook Discussion Group
A new discussion group for naturalists is now available on Facebook. Just look for Prince George Naturalists Club Discussion. Everyone with an interest in nature is invited to join this group to ask questions and post information.
- Passing of Iris Peters
The Celebration of Life for Iris Peters was held at the Hart Crown Banquet Hall on October 9. Iris was past President of the Prince George Naturalists Club, and hosted the Practice Christmas Bird Count and June Barbeque for years. Sandra Hepburn spoke at the celebration on behalf of the Club.
- Prince George Naturalists Club blog: https://pgnc.wordpress.com
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3. Bear Watch!
Bears are hyperphagic (ravenously hungry) at this time of year, so make sure you don’t have anything edible tempting them to be where they shouldn’t. The guy below was tempted one night by bird feeders, which are much better kept indoors now, at least at night.