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Location: Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto
Dates: Runs until March 31, 2019

Calling all nature photographers – and those who just want to enjoy some stunning images of the natural world! WBFN members have a chance to get 20% off admission to the Royal Ontario Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, which runs until March 31.The exhibition features 100 all-new photographs from around the world, including wildlife, landscapes, and many other aspects of nature. For your 20% discount, buy your tickets at www.rom.on.ca and use promo code WILDLIFE18. Find out more about the exhibition at www.rom.on.ca/wpy. The ROM is already planning its 2019-2020 Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, so if you’re interested in contributing your best shot, you have until February 15, 2019 to do so. Contributors have a chance to win some amazing prizes, including a 14-day Experience Borneo tour for two (courtesy of G Adventures), and a Digital SLR camera courtesy of Henry's Camera. Share your wildlife image from your unlocked Twitter or Instagram account and include @ROMtoronto and #ROMwpyON (or #ROMwpyJR for ages 13 to 17). For more information, visit www.rom.on.ca/contest.

 

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When: Thursday, January 17, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Where: Venture 13, 739 D'Arcy Street, Cobourg

This coming Thursday, the Northumberland Land Trust and the Lone Pine Land Trust are presenting the first in their Speaker Series for 2019. This month's speaker is Allie Anderson, PhD candidate at Trent University, who will tell us about the migration strategies of shorebirds using the Ontario James Bay shoreline as a stopover site. Allie conducted her MSc work on American Kestrels and is a graduate of Boise State University in Boise, Idaho. Light refreshments will be offered at 7 p.m., and the speaker will start at 7:30.

Directions: Venture 13 is located across the street from the Cobourg Community Centre on D'Arcy Street. Parking is available behind and near the building.

 

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Time: Friday, September 28 @ 7:30 p.m.
Location: Cobourg Public Library, 200 Ontario St., Cobourg

Our first meeting of the autumn features Dr. David Beresford, Professor of Biology at Trent University and member of the Pest Management Advisory Council, on the topic of Ontario’s insect diversity (with particular reference to biting flies). While most of our interactions with biting flies are unpleasant, they have important ecological functions, so have value in terms of conservation. This should be a fascinating talk.

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