Next Meeting:  September 11 at 7:00 p.m.

Jon Wedow – Gray Ratsnakes in Ontario

This meeting is the first regular meeting of the 2017-2018 season.  Jon Wedow is an avid naturalist who has been monitoring the Gray Ratsnakes in the Carolinian portion of Ontario and will provide an overview and update of the status of the species.  The species is also known as central ratsnake, black ratsnake, eastern ratsnake, and midland ratsnake.

What is the OVN?

The OVN has about 60 members and we are members of a much larger provincial body known as Ontario Nature (ON). Ontario Nature includes over 160 clubs and over 35,000 members from across the province of Ontario.

The OVN meets the 2nd Monday of each month, September through June, at the Vienna Community Centre. The club  has speakers and activities every month. Some of the activities include: the Christmas Bird Count, the Baillie Birdathon (in Conjunction with Bird Studies Canada), a summer butterfly count, Monarch Butterfly tagging, a spring cleanup, nature walks, education and outreach, habitat creation and rehabilitation projects.

Select  one of the above links for walks, events, meetings, information and other activities.

We look forward to seeing you!