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Omemee :Horticultural Society Welcomes #Naturalist Drew Monkman Mar 17, 2014!

Omemee- Horticultural Society Welcomes Naturalist Drew Monkman!

March 17, 2014., Omemee and District Horticultural Society will meet at Trinity United Church, Omemee  with social at  7:00 p.m., and a special speaker at 7:30 pm.
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Omemee and District Horticutural Society is celebrating their 75th year gardening together in 2014! All are welcome to come and bring a friend. At this meeting, author Drew Monkman will speak on "Our Changing Seasons".

About Drew Monkman

Drew, Past President of the Peterborough Field Naturalists,  is a retired teacher (33 years), naturalist and writer with a love for all aspects of the natural world, especially as they relate to seasonal change. He lives in Peterborough in the Kawartha Lakes. He has written 2 books shown below: “Nature's Year in the Kawarthas: A Guide to the Unfolding Seasons and his newest release Nature's Year: Changing Seasons in Central and Eastern Ontario
As a youngster, Drew Monkman's interest in nature began with frogs and turtles but soon grew to include birds and, eventually, all of the rest. He is a board member and past president of the Peterborough Field Naturalists and popular field trip leader. Drew also participates in a number of wildlife monitoring programs such as the Breeding Bird Survey, the Marsh Monitoring Program and the new Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas.
As an educator, Drew emphasizes environmental education in all his teaching and strives to develop in his students a basic literacy in the workings of the natural world. Drew has also been involved for the past twelve years in schoolyard naturalization and has written several articles on this topic. A journalism graduate from Université Laval in Quebec City, Drew is married with four children.

Nature's Year In the Kawarthas -Adapted from Amazon Canada

Nature's Year in the Kawarthas, a month-by-month descriptive almanac of key Kawartha Lakes natural world events, is available through Amazon Canada.  Nature's Year in the Kawarthas is the result of twenty years of careful observation of natural phenomena in the Peterborough area where he has lived for almost his entire life. Covering all areas of our flora and fauna as well as weather and the night sky, this almanac chronicles mileposts of the passing seasons. From the raucous Spring Peeper chorus of April ... through the sweet scent of milkweed blossoms in July ... and the early-morning mists of September ... to the arrival of the first eagles in December -- all are noted for your interest.
Whether heading out on your next walk or looking up at the stars, Nature's Year provides an  informative guide. For each month, an introductory essay captures the spirit of the season, while an "at a glance" summary lists key natural events occurring. Each category in the natural world -- from birds to the night sky -- is then covered in more detail. Finely detailed drawings complement the text.
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