December Meeting (Zoom/virtual only) – December 11 at 7 pm
Speaker: Autumn Jordan, Nature Canada
Topic: The Bird Friendly City
NOTE: All in-person programs are held at the Stevensville Conservation Area (2555 Ott Road)
Download 2023-2024 Program (September to June)
Check out our program to see what speakers and events we have lined up for this year.Read The Program
The Rambler Newsletter
Our bi annual news letter informing you of the latest Bert Miller news.Read The Rambler
The Bert Miller Nature Club received this award from the Municipal Council of the Town of Fort Erie on behalf of the residents to recognize and express appreciation for the efforts to the redevelopment of Bay Beach!
This smaller species of pickerel lives in several creeks in Fort Erie, including a section of Beaver Creek where the Town of Fort Erie would like to increase the rate of flow.
Under the leadership of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and McGill University, we have been contributing volunteer hours to the Fowlers Toad Recovery Project for many years.
The Shagbark Nature Park initiative is a project our club maintains year round. It involves the rehabilitation of a Town-owned municipal nature area. The long term vision is to preserve the existing Maple/Beech forest and rehabilitate surrounding lands to increase the extent and diversity of the woodlot.
Shagbark Nature Park
The Shagbark Nature Park initiative is one that the Bert Miller Nature Club is currently working on. It involves the rehabilitation of a Town-owned municipal nature area.