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Halifax Field Naturalists Halifax Field Naturalists nature walks, talks & conservation Main menu: Home About HFN Walks & Talks Conservation Membership The HFN Newsletter Photos Links Contact Us April 2017 M T W T F S S ? Mar 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Categories BMBCL Conservation Talks Uncategorized Thursday, Apr. 6, 2017: ANTARCTIC VOYAGE At our regular meeting, long-time HFN member Peter Webster will share experiences and images from his December 2015/January 2016 trip to the Antarctic. All welcome, 7:30 pm at NSMNH on Summer Street. View Details under Walks & Talks Also, Sydney Bliss will make a short presentation on the Landbirds at Risk in Forested Wetlands Project. Posted: April 5th, 2017 under Conservation, Talks. Comments: none Halifax Green Network Plan Primer A draft of the Halifax Green Network Planning and Implementation Strategy and “Plan Primer” have been released by HRM and go to Regional Council today (March 23, 2017) to be approved for upcoming public consultations. It is expected those consultations will take place in April. The Primer provides a good overview of the Green Network plan, with lots of maps. It’s recommended reading! Posted: March 23rd, 2017 under Conservation. Comments: none Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017: CANADA COAST to COAST … Join us, 7:30 pm on Thursday Feb 2, 2017 at the NS Museum of Natural History on Summer Street for a very Canadian presentation. Gavin Mason, coastal geoscientist at BIO, will talk about our 300,000 km of coastline, elaborating on the geomorphology (the study of the origin and evolution of the earth’s landforms, both on the continents and within the ocean basins), the processes, and the characteristics of Canada’s coasts. Enter by the side door by the Parking Lot. Read more Posted: January 30th, 2017 under Talks. Comments: none THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 2016: THE WOLF AT THE DOOR At our first regular meeting of 2017, award-winning author Bob Chaulk talks about the historic seal hunt during the period of the ‘wooden walls’, after the steamships SS Bloodhound and SS Wolf brought wholesale change to an old industry, beginning in 1863. Bob tells about the dangerous and desperate lives of the men – young, ill-clad, brave and cheery men of iron who pursued the seals, and the ships which carried them, too often, to their deaths. Many of the ships figure prominently in the Arctic and Antarctic exploration activities of men like Shackleton, Scott, and Nansen. One of them even became the logo for a chain of popular boutiques! 7:30 p.m. at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, 1747 Summer Street, Halifax. All welcome Posted: January 3rd, 2017 under Talks. Comments: none Declines in songbirds and seabirds A lengthy article in the LocalXpress includes interviews with local birding authorities Eric Mills, David Currie and Ian McLaren to give a local context to the continent-wide declines in songbirds and seabirds which have been highlighted recently. It’s informative if somewhat sober reading. View PAUL SCHNEIDEREIT: Is this the global swan song for seabirds and songbirds? Posted: October 16th, 2016 under Conservation. Comments: none Thursday Oct 6, 2016: Detecting fishing vessel behaviour from space Kristina Boerder, a PhD student from Dalhousie University, will tell us about how she is making movements of fishing vessels visible (even when they are out of sight!) using satellite technology in ecologically important areas of our world’s oceans. 7:30 p.m. at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History. Read more Posted: October 4th, 2016 under Talks. Comments: none Shaw Group/Nature Conservancy of Canada Proposal: Supportive staff report goes to Regional Council GOOD NEWS: Halifax regional council moves ahead with proposed Purcells Cove park. See Metro News “It is recommended that Halifax Regional Council direct staff to: 1. Proceed with negotiations to acquire the lands (PID 00052407) and return to Regional Council for consideration of the key terms and conditions for the 379 acres that address the following: a. Suitable acquisition terms… Read more ? Posted: September 16th, 2016 under Uncategorized. Comments: none Williams Lake Backlands – Big decision by Regional Council on Sep. 20, 2016 Halifax council will be presenting a recommendation Sept 20 on whether to approve a proposal by the Nature Conservancy of Canada to acquire almost 400 acres of land in the Williams Lake backlands and set it aside indefinitely as a wilderness preserve. Please visit the Urban Wilderness Park Website for more about the proposal and how to support it by writing to Mayor and Councillors. Posted: September 11th, 2016 under Uncategorized. Comments: none Council rejects development in Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes The 1500 letters paid off…”Regional councillors roundly rejected a June report that would have allowed development in the Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes area.” Read more in Global news Report Posted: September 7th, 2016 under BMBCL. Comments: none Tuesday, September 6th at 10AM at City Hall: BMBCL Your help is needed to protect what could be the largest urban park in all of Canada. The long-promised but yet-to-be-delivered Blue Mountain Birch Cove Regional Park is under threat. It could be a mini-Keji for Halifax, but a terrible report from an independent facilitator, released in June, is recommending that a massive urban sprawl development be allowed inside the core of the future park. Immediately following the release of the flawed Independent Facilitator’s Report, Councillor Reg Rankin quickly put forward a very bad three-part motion for council to debate and a vote on. After several delays his motion comes up for the big vote at Council this Tuesday, Sept. 6th. Read more Posted: September 2nd, 2016 under BMBCL. Comments: none Tues Aug 30: Information session about possible park for Backlands There will be a public information session to learn more about the opportunity to acquire 379 acres of pristine centrally located land in the Williams Lake-Colpitt Lake area as Halifax’s largest wilderness park. OPEN HOUSE DETAILS: DATE: Tuesday, August 30, 2016 TIME: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM LOCATION: Captain William Spry Community Centre, 16 Sussex Street, Spryfield, Halifax NS Some background and information is available at www.urbanwildernessparkhfx.ca GLOBAL NEWS AT 6 HALIFAX August 25 2016 5:07pm 02:01 Also: Nature Conservancy of Canada wants new Halifax urban wilderness park (Global news video) Posted: August 29th, 2016 under Uncategorized. Comments: none Volunteers needed at Harrison Lewis Centre In exchange for quality time on a beautiful South Shore beach, we are looking for two to four volunteers to help with workshops and other events at the Harrison Lewis Centre. August 24-29, August 31-Sept. 4 (Labour Day Weekend), Sept. 8-12, and Sept. 22-25. Duties are primarily of a house-keeping nature as the Centre prepares for hosting students or researchers, looking after up to 24 people in residence, and ...

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