A diverse and friendly group, the Nipissing Naturalists Club originally formed in 1976, with the primary objective to observe and enjoy nature through field trips, meetings and discussions, and to stimulate interest and understanding of our natural history and environment.
Our club celebrates and shares the wonder and importance of nature to all of us. As a member of the Nipissing Naturalist Club, you'll be invited to interesting and informative monthly meetings, receive our monthly newsletters, and be invited to participate in exclusive members only outings and activities.
By joining the Nipissing Naturalists, you too can help celebrate and share the beauty and fascination of the natural landscape of North Bay and Nipissing. The club has a number of projects on the go and in the works, and to see the local influence of our members, you need to look no further than the Louise de Kiriline Lawrence Historical Plaque and Nature Festival, the Motus Tracking Station Project, Bat Monitoring project and participation in local science fairs and festivals.
The club relies on its membership fees for many things, such as our membership the Ontario Nature Nature Network, our meeting expenses, as well as payment of the insurance policy to protect members when on our outings. It is important that your membership is current as the policy only covers paid-up members.
New members are welcome to join at any time -- just pay your membership by cash or cheque at the next monthly meeting. We're now taking memberships for 2020 -- join now and get the rest of 2019 included as a bonus!
2020 REGULAR - 1 YEAR
Student (with valid student ID) $10
Fred Pinto, President and Speaker Coordinator: 705-476-9006 or by email using the contact form.
Marc Buchanan, Vice President
Connie Sturge, Treasurer
Oriana Pokorny, Secretary
Paul Smylie, Trip Coordinator
Sarah Wheelan, Website and Facebook
Matt Procunier, Refreshment Coordinator
Dick Tafel, Chairman: rtafel (at) sympatico (dot) ca, 705-472-7907
Gary Sturge, Treasurer
Renee Levesque, Bird Wing Scribe
Jeremy St. Onge