We are so very excited to present you with TTLT's Passport to Nature! We can't wait to learn and explore all year long with you.
Passport to Nature and COVID-19
In recognition of public health guidelines associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, some Passport to Nature events may be postponed while others may be changed to an online format. Details for each event will be posted at the time registration opens. Our Passport to Nature team will be monitoring the situation as it evolves through the season. The Passport to Nature program will be adjusted as needed based on the best advice available from public health authorities at the time. Please keep checking this website for updates.
What you need to know:
- Events are all FREE
- Registration is required for all events, please register on each events respective page in our "Upcoming Events" page
- Registration opens one month before each event
- Please arrive 10-15 minutes before the event
- Bring whatever you need to enjoy your time outdoors - water bottle, hiking boots, sunscreen, bug spray, snacks, etc.
- Some events are being modified as webinars to provide a great experience during the COVID-19 pandemic. Registration is still required for these events.
- Post your photos using the hashtag #TTLTPassport
If you have any questions, please email [email protected]
GET YOUR PASSPORT
PDF booklet available here.
Next Passport to Nature Event
June 6, 2021 at 7 pm.
Join Will Van Hemessen, passionate botanist and ecologist, to learn about the beautiful array of spring wildflowers in the woodlands and wetlands of Joany’s Woods, a scenic 148-ha (365-acre) reserve along the Ausable River.
This event has been restructured into a webinar due to COVID-19 restrictions and the time is changed to 7pm to best accommodate participants. Please RSVP below, those who cannot attend the live stream of this webinar are still encouraged to RSVP as we will send out a recording of the webinar at a later date.
Passport to Nature Organizing Committee
A huge thank you to incredible individuals who poured themselves into bringing the passport to life: Ric Symmes, Katie Van Den Berg, Bernie VanDenBelt, Muriel Andreae, Terry Grawey, Dave Wake, André Lachance, Vicki Hammond, Adrienne James and Jill Bennett.
The support of these sponsors has been vital to the success of the Passport to Nature. Thanks to them, you can adventure with us all year long for free. Please consider supporting these businesses and organizations.
Nicolucci Family Dentistry | Peggy Sattler MPP | Hyde Park Country & Feed Store | Nature London | Caradoc Dentistry | Lambeth Rod & Tackle | Hazel Sinclair - Royal LePage | Georgia Kortas - Little, Inglis, Price & Ewer LLP | Featherfields | Upper Thames River Conservation Authority | Wild Birds Unlimited | AGM Surveyors | St. Clair Conservation Authority | Quiet Legacy| Bakker Aluminum Ltd | BJ's Country Market | Hoskin Feed and Country Store | Hyde Park Equipment Ltd | On The Move Organics | Reimagine Co
Passport to Nature OntarioOur friends across the province have their own Passports as well! If you find yourself in their neck of the woods, or know someone who lives there, be sure to check out their programs. Don't forget to say hi for us!
Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory
Prince Edward County, Ontario
The Couchiching Conservancy
Lake Couchiching region (Orillia, Washago, Carden), Ontario
Wellington Water Watchers 2Rivers Festival
Pelee Island Passport to Nature
Pelee Island (Lake Erie), Ontario
Rare Charitable Research Reserve
Waterloo region/Wellington, Ontario
Long Point Basin Land Trust Treks, Tracts and Trees: Explore the Outdoors
Norfolk County, Ontario
Land Conservancy for Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington
Frontenac and L&A Counties South of Highway 7