General InformationClub meetings are the first Tuesday of every month except July and August at 7:30 p.m. at the Arnprior Curling Club, 15 Galvin St., Arnprior (by the Fairgrounds). Guests welcome: $5 per meeting – Students welcome to attend for Free! Guests are also welcome on field trips and will be asked to make a contribution of $5 to our club. (Students are free.) Please register beforehand and always check this website for updates before heading out on a field trip. NOTE: If you join a field trip, be aware that other participants may take your picture, accidentally or intentionally. So the photo may end up on the mfnc.ca or other websites. It’s a normal part of sharing field trip fun and information. If you don’t want your photo used this way, tell the trip leader or the field trip coordinator at email@example.com.
Nature Walk at High Lonesome
Leaders: Art Goldsmith, along with other members of MFNC
Meet: At 867 Carbine Rd. Directions and more information are available at mmlt.ca
High Lonesome is a 200 acre property in the Pakenham Hills. It was donated to the Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust by the late Barry Spicer, who was a member of MFNC. There we will find a network of trails through forests and meadows with streams and ponds. It lies within the Pakenham Mountain Significant Wetland Complex and is a rich habitat for wildlife with at least 7 species at risk. Art Goldsmith, a long-time member of MFNC is presently on the board of directors for High Lonesome and he will lead us along the trails. There are 8km of trails but we will probably not cover the whole area, depending on the weather and the wishes of the group. Expect to be out for at least 2h so come with water and a snack. Wear comfortable shoes and bring binoculars, hand lens, field guides, if you have them. Kids are very welcome! Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org