- 6:30: New memberships and membership renewal – annual membership is still just $25 single, $40 family, $15 student.
- 7:00: AGM, including election of directors. (There are at least three vacancies, so nominations are very welcome.) If you are considering letting your name stand, here is some helpful info about the role of director:
- We hold 90-minute Executive meetings on the second Wednesday of the month at the Spruce City Wildlife Fish Hatchery on River Road.
- Email access is essential as all communication is by email.
- 7:45: Gadgets/Members night. Be prepared to share if you’ve caught something interesting on your trail cam or other technology, have an unusual photograph, or a naturalist experience worth recounting. Please email Shanelle at email@example.com if you have something to share. You can bring it to the meeting on a USB drive for use on an available laptop. Or you can use your own laptop if it has an HDMI port to connect to the big-screen TV.
1. Travelling World Community Film Festival,
The Prince George Naturalists Club is sponsoring the films on the final night of this festival. They are:
- 7:00 p.m. Keepers of the Coast – 38 min
- 7:45 p.m. Sonic Sea – 61 min
- 8:50 p.m. Planetary – 53 m
About the speaker: Dr. Stephen Dery is an internationally recognized climate scientist. He joined UNBC as a Canada Research Chair in Northern Hydrometeorology and his research focuses on many aspects of snow and ice, including the influence of forestry and forest clearance on snow cover, snow melt, hydrology and micro-meteorology and the impact of local conditions and large-scale forcing on river discharge in BC and the Arctic.
All readers are invited to join the Prince George Naturalists Club Discussion Group on Facebook. It’s a good place to share information of interest to naturalists. If you’d like to join, head into Facebook and enter “Prince George Naturalists Club Discussion” – note that it’s a separate address from the more usual Prince George Naturalists Club Facebook page.