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South Peel Naturalists' Club

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Record #: OAK0614 Last Full Update: 19 Sep 2013
Record Details
Alternate NameSouth Peel Naturalists Club ; SPNC
Contact Information
Address & Map
Church of St. Bride, Basement Auditorium (meeting location)
1516 Clarkson Rd N
Mississauga, ON L5J 2W9
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Located In CommunityMississauga
Mailing AddressBox 69629 
109 Thomas St 
Oakville, ON L6J 7R4
Wheelchair AccessibilityFully Accessible - meeting location ; Some field trips are accessible to individuals with physical disabilities * see individual trip rating information
Alternate ContactWendy McDonald Robin Walker, Membership Coordinators; Phone: 905-823-6465; Email:
Primary ExecutiveDon Morrison, President; Phone: 905-338-3520; Email:
Alternate ExecutiveAudrey Oswald, Secretary; Phone: 905-820-2571
Service Details
Areas ServedHalton Region ; Peel Region
DescriptionThe Club's focus is the enjoyment and study of natural history with emphasis on birds and botany and exploring environmental and conservation concerns. 
Activities include field trips * interpretive walks * summer evening walks * meetings with guest speakers * Club Newsletter * study groups for conservation and birds * club support for and participation in the annual Christmas Bird Count 
Member club of the Ontario Nature and affiliated with the Nature Canada
Meeting Detailsthird Monday of each month 7:30 pm, September-April (except December) 
Field trips (approximately 20) scheduled throughout the year * meet location dependent on trip destination 
Summer Evening Walks: Mon 7 pm * meet location dependent on trip destination 
Applicationapplication form online
FeesMembership - single * family * student * single senior * senior family
Resources AvailableNewsletter,  
web site: Bird Checklist and birding/botany 'hot spots' for south Peel & Halton regions
ElectionsAGM April
FundingDonations ; Fees - membership dues
Service Level(50) Non Profit
Service CategoriesWatershed Conservation ; Wildlife Appreciation Societies