Nature Connects on Eagles Nest

Through funding provided by TD Friends of the Environment, Nature Connects on Eagles Nest, SBENP is pleased to offer a 12-week nature program facilitated by well-known nature educator and forester, Virginia deCarle.

One morning per week, participants of all ages gather for a guided walk where they will develop their skills of observation, learn important facts about our forests, identify tree and wildlife species and gain a better understanding of wildlife values and history.

Guest facilitators will provide more in-depth knowledge about local fauna and birds in the park and the history of the Indigenous peoples in the area.

Content for the program will reflect the importance of the local forest industry and will include discussions on forest management, how trees contribute to the air we breathe, how to find clues to the presence of mammals and invertebrates on the forest floor and how they contribute to the health of the forest.

The program will be age-appropriate based on the audience, from children to adults. There is no fee and everyone will have the opportunity to carry out a hands-on project with take-away at the end of the walk.

Check the Bancroft Eagles Nest Park Facebook page for current information on dates and how to register or email info@bancrofteaglesnestpark.ca

Your generous donations allow us to continue to offer nature programming.

 

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Bancroft | ON | Canada

 

Nature Connects on Eagles Nest

Through funding provided by TD Friends of the Environment, Nature Connects on Eagles Nest, SBENP is pleased to offer a 12-week nature program facilitated by well-known nature educator and forester, Virginia deCarle.

One morning per week, participants of all ages gather for a guided walk where they will develop their skills of observation, learn important facts about our forests, identify tree and wildlife species and gain a better understanding of wildlife values and history.

Guest facilitators will provide more in-depth knowledge about local fauna and birds in the park and the history of the Indigenous peoples in the area.

Content for the program will reflect the importance of the local forest industry and will include discussions on forest management, how trees contribute to the air we breathe, how to find clues to the presence of mammals and invertebrates on the forest floor and how they contribute to the health of the forest.

The program will be age-appropriate based on the audience, from children to adults. There is no fee and everyone will have the opportunity to carry out a hands-on project with take-away at the end of the walk.

Check the Bancroft Eagles Nest Park Facebook page for current information on dates and how to register or email info@bancrofteaglesnestpark.ca

Your generous donations allow us to continue to offer nature programming.