Meetings run From September to April with the exception of December and are normally on the fourth Thursday of the month at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History (NSMNH) in Halifax. They start at 7:30 and last about 2 hours. These meetings are open to the general public. We have one meeting that is out of Halifax and we try to have it in a different town each year and those special meetings will be listed here as well.
Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 - Eiders of the North Atlantic - Rolanda Steenweg
7:30PM Lower Auditorium, NS Museum of Natural History - All welcome
Common eiders breeding in Nunavut nest on some unique and tiny tundra islands where they get many visits from foxes, polar bears, and biologists. Rolanda will introduce the arctic island where she conducted her field work, discuss some of the neat studies conducted there over the past decade, and of course include many photos of the birds of this incredible land.
Refreshments to follow
Saturday, November 26, 2016 - NSBS Annual AGM and Wine & Cheese
7:30 Main Floor Gallery, Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History
Business meeting, Director nominations, Puffin of the Year Award and our anxiously awaited Wine & Cheese!
No meeting in December