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Tigers on the Prowl

by Carla Church

Many species of amphibians are undergoing population decline, range reduction and extinction. Thirty percent of all amphibian species are considered threatened by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), far exceeding declines in other vertebrate groups. Habitat loss and destruction are a major cause of these declines but other causes include disease, climate change, pollution, exploitation, and invasive species.

President's Report 2018

2017 was a very successful year for Nature Manitoba. We averaged more than two outdoor trips every week of the year, including those for general members and those under the auspices of the Grey Hares. These trips ranged from urban hikes and birding outings, to canoe trips in our province and other parts of Canada. Many thanks to our volunteer leaders who make this wonderful program possible. 

Birding For Beginners Series 2018

If you're interested in learning to bird but don't know where to start or you've been out birding but lack confidence to identify birds on your own, our Birding for Beginners series is for you! This series takes place every Tuesday for five weeks between May 1st and May 29th. You can attend as many weeks as you choose, and registration is not required.

2018 Annual General Meeting

Please join us for our 2018 AGM! The AGM will take place at 7pm at the Franco-Manitoban Cultural Centre (340 Provencher Blvd) on the second floor (Salle Antoine-Gaborieau). After a brief meeting, we are excited to bring back our "member's night", which will feature three 20-minute presentations from our NM members:

Les McCann - Progress in Saving a small tall grass prairie

Tim Poole - Cranes, trains and plenty of grebes in Manitoba's IBAs: Highlights from 2017 and a look forward to the "Year of the Bird"

Roger Turenne - Canoeing the Wilds of Wabakimi

NM in India

If India is on your bucket list (and even if it's not!), this is a great opportunity to visit this remarkable country while supporting our work here in Manitoba! 

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