NATURE MONCTON INFORMATION LINE, January 29, 2020 (Wednesday)
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** Adam Cheeseman from Nature New Brunswick advises of an interesting presentation to take place in Sackville on Monday, February 3rd. The details are attached below.
Join Nature NB and EOS Eco-Energy at the Sackville Commons (64 Main St., Sackville, NB) on Monday, February 3rd at 7pm for an evening with our friends from the Nashwaak Watershed Association!
This workshop will explore how the Nashwaak Watershed Association is working with nature to protect freshwater shorelines and will provide information about the many ways you can prepare your shoreline properties for erosion, flooding, and much more! For more information please contact adam.cheeseman (at) naturenb.ca.
Note: In case of the need to reschedule due to weather, we will update the Facebook event and postpone the talk to February 4 @ 7:00pm.
This event is part of a series of activities for Tantramar Climate Change Week coordinated by EOS Eco-Energy.
Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/440573146829239/
** Pam Watters and Phil Riebel have recently spent time at the Orlando Wetlands Park in Florida. Phil has prepared an awesome show of photos of the birds and a few other species that they have seen there. Some are species that are present in New Brunswick in the warmer seasons and others that are occasional drop bys with a few others that we would be delighted to welcome as rare visitors. It is obviously a place to visit within that area.
Take a moment to enjoy the great photos by scrolling through the photos at this attached link using the arrow to the right of the photos.