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, Jan 26, 2017 - Leading the way with lead and Cats - Dr. Helene Van Doninck

7:30PM Lower Auditorium, NS Museum of Natural History - All welcome

Many of you know Helene and of her extensive work with Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation. She has also a keen personal mission to rid the environment of toxic lead with simple initiatives. Her work with Domestic and Feral Cats, as an environmentalist, a cat owner and a veterinarian gives her audiences a truthful and passionate view of what easy steps can be taken to improve health of pet cats and at the same time, lessen impacts on wildlife. Both topics will include progress reports of her work over the last several years. Join us for this very informative talk

Open to the public and refreshments to follow.