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 April 28, 2016 - Ingrid Pollet - Storm-petrels
Ingrid Pollet was born and raised in France. She studied agronomy in Lyon and moved to Canada twenty years ago. She held several positions at the Canadian Wildlife Service in British Columbia, working with Yellow-Breasted Chats and American Dippers before going back to graduate school in 2009.
Tonight she will tell us about things she learned while studying Leach’s Storm-Petrels on Bon Portage Island over the last few years.
Thursday, September 22, 2016 - Paul (Turbo) Turbitt - "Where do I need to Improve"
An amazing and instructive talk jammed packed with helpful hints for better wildlife photography. Birding and photography go almost hand in hand these days, giving us not only documented records, but spectacular images. Join us to take advantage of lessons Paul has learned over the last 35 years of wildlife photography and enjoy some of his many fabulous images.