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8:00 am

Snowshoeing at Crawford Lake with the Hamilton Naturalist Club

February 4 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Join wildlife biologist Alison Forde on a winter snowshoe hike at Crawford Lake Conservation Area and enjoy a morning of wildlife tracking in the snow. Meet in the auditorium of the Visitors Centre (upper level) at 10am. Snowshoes can be rented from the facility at this time. The hike will wrap up approximately at noon.

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9:30 am

Winter Wetland Snowshoe Adventure

February 4 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

 Winter Wetland Snowshoe Adventure - NDN and Friends of Nonquon 9:30 am - Noon:  Meet at the Pheasant Pen Classroom Site of the Nonquon Environmental Education Centre (19745 Old Simcoe Road, Greenbank, ON), on the East side of the street, 1 km North of Scugog LIne 10.  About 5 km North of Port Perry. Come join North

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Dog-sledding in North Bay

February 4 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Club events are planned, organised and delivered by members with the sole objective of enjoying nature. Our members plan hikes, guided tours, bird-watching and more. Events are open to all members of the Nipissing Naturalists Club. Most events are also open to guests for a suggested fee of $5. Dog-sledding February 4, 2017 Dog sledding outing on

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2:00 pm

Mashkinonje snowshoe hike

February 4 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

February 4, 2017.  2-4   SNOWSHOE HIKE. Meeting at the Loudon Parking lot off of Hwy 64 between Lavigne and North Monetville For more information: http://www.mashkinonje.com/events.html Contact: friendsofmashkinonje@gmail.com

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7:00 pm

Snowshoe Hike for Screech Owls at Allan Park Conservation Area

February 4 @ 7:00 pm
Allan Park Conservation Area,

Snowshoe Hike for Screech Owls at Allan Park Conservation Area  Once again we will try our luck to find a Screech Owl during an evening snowshoe hike hopefully lit by the bright moon. On this our 10th year of this hike the moon will be 72% full and should rise a few hours before the start

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