Connecting people with nature in Ontario's Mississippi Valley
Mississippi River at Pakenham

Alvar Birdathon

To raise funds for the Burnt Lands Alvar Campaign, Cliff Bennett and Lynda Bennett will go birding for a 24-hour period sometime in May, to record all species of birds seen or heard during the 24 hours. In previous 24-hour counts, they have averaged about 100 species.

You may sponsor/pledge a fixed amount or an amount per species. Those pledging $20 or more will receive a receipt for Income Tax purposes (receipts will be issued for lesser amounts only on request).

A contest is also being held for people who wish to have sponsor sheets and collect pledges. To make a pledge or to receive pledge sheets to get involved in the contest (winner to receive prize donated by Gilligallou Bird), please contact Peggy McPhail at  .

Clay coloured sparrow. Photo by Arnie Simpson

Clay coloured sparrow. Photo by Arnie Simpson

NOTE: the Clay Coloured sparrow is a species reported from Burnt Lands Alvar.

 

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MVFN natural history talks:  7:30 pm on third Thursdays of Jan, Feb, March, April,  Sept, Oct, and Nov at Almonte United Church, 106 Elgin St. Almonte ON. All welcome! Non-members $5. 

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