The Parry Sound Nature Club is a passionate group of individuals with a wide variety of interests and backgrounds but whom all have an enthusiastic interest in nature.
The Nature Club brings in speakers to share their knowledge of the natural world. We also host group outings to explore our local landscape.
Learn more about the Executive who keep the club running.
We are currently holding monthly meetings featuring a wide range of topics, plus other events and outings!
Let us know how you would like to get involved! We're always looking for presenters, volunteers, and event leaders.
parrysoundnatureclub @ gmail . com
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Parry Sound Nature Club is situated within the Robinson-Huron Treaty of 1850 and Williams Treaty of 1923. It is home of the Anishinaabeg/Anishinaabek – Ojibway, Odawa and Potawatomi peoples, located on Anishinabek territory.
We are grateful to these First Nation communities and all Indigenous people in this area and acknowledge their ancestors as caretakers of the air, land, and water.
As we are all treaty people, it is important to learn about the lands we stand on and the people who live here. We encourage opportunities to learn more, act in reconciliation, and respectful relationships.