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Workshop: Animal Tracking @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
Feb 9 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Workshop: Animal Tracking @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
9:00 am
Ever wondered what made that mark in the snow? Join us for a half-day introductory workshop to learn to identify the tracks and sign of Ontario’s wildlife. ** Also offered as part of the Ontario Naturalist Certification Course Level II. WORKSHOP DATE Saturday February 9, 2019 9:00 am to 1:00 pm PRICING $39 + HST  
Workshop: Sparrows @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
Apr 13 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Workshop: Sparrows @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
9:00 am
This workshop will cover the 19 species of sparrow found in Ontario. Using field markings, habitat, song and behaviour as a guide, the full-day session will help you become more confident in your sparrow ID abilities. (You’ll no longer need to call them “those little brown jobs”!) ** Also offered as part of the Ontario Naturalist Certification Course Level II. WORKSHOP[...]
Workshop: Methods in Environmental Education @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
Apr 27 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Workshop: Methods in Environmental Education @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
9:00 am
An important part of being a naturalist is sharing your knowledge with others. This full-day session will cover the current methods and practices in environmental education. You will gain hands-on experience in delivering environmental education programming and work with an experienced outdoor educator to learn the principles of environmental education. Also offered as part of the Ontario Naturalist Certification Course[...]
Workshop: Spring Wildflowers @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
May 4 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Workshop: Spring Wildflowers @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
9:00 am
April showers bring May flowers. Spring is a fantastic time for a walk in an Ontario park, especially before leaf-out. Hands-on learning with an expert will teach you to identify many Ontario spring wildflowers, including trout lily, trilliums, bloodroot, mayapple, hepatica and dutchman’s breeches. * Also offered as part of the Ontario Naturalist Certification Course Level I.
Workshop: Warblers @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
May 26 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Workshop: Warblers @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
9:00 am
With their vibrant colors, beautiful songs and dynamic personalities, warblers are the jewels of the bird world. They are also one of the most challenging group of birds to see and identify. Using PowerPoint slides and binoculars in the field, this workshop will focus on warbler natural history and identification tips and tricks. Also offered as part of the Ontario[...]
Workshop: Tree Identification @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
Jun 22 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Workshop: Tree Identification @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
9:00 am
Join an experienced urban forester for an interactive, hands-on training session to increase your Tree ID skills. This workshop will cover common tree species found in Ontario, natural history knowledge, keys and tips and tricks for identifying tree species. * Also offered as part of the Ontario Naturalist Certification Course Level I. WORKSHOP DATE Saturday June 22, 2019 9:00 am[...]
Workshop: Dragonflies and Damselflies @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
Jul 13 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Workshop: Dragonflies and Damselflies @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
12:00 pm
DRAGONFLIES AND DAMSELFLIES* Learn about the fascinating biology and migration of some of the world’s most ancient flying animals: the dragonflies and damselflies! Join an Odonata expert for a whirlwind tour of these strikingly beautiful insects, and venture outdoors to learn some in-the-field identification while observing dragonflies and damselflies in their natural habitats. * Also offered as part of the[...]
Workshop: Bat ID and Survey Methods @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
Jul 16 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Workshop: Bat ID and Survey Methods @ Kortright Centre for Conservation
7:00 pm
Learn about the only mammals that can fly, and discover how their incredible echo-location system works! The evening will begin with a presentation covering a wide variety of bat-related topics. The participants will then go out onto the Kortright Centre property to view live bats as they forage for insects overhead and will try to identify them using sophisticated audio[...]