Feb 21 Meeting: Otto Peter presents “The Natural History and Beauty of Antarctica and South Georgia Island”
Otto Peter, who has a Degree in Biology, is a lifelong nature lover who with his wife has travelled to all seven continents in search of the flora and fauna and the awesome places that exist on Planet earth. This Antarctica trip ranks as number one of all the places they have visited. Otto is the past President of Durham Region Field Naturalists is currently its Program Coordinator, President of Thickson’s Woods Land Trust, and Vice President and Director of Lake Ontario North Region of Ontario Nature. This presentation will allow you to the see the birds and animals of this amazing continent as well as the jewel of the South Atlantic, South Georgia Island and the spectacular scenery that exists there.
Reminder Richmond Hill Naturalists meetings are the Third Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. At Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church’s Wallace Hall:
10066 Yonge St.,
(West side, first entrance north of Major Mackenzie Drive)
The public is cordially invited to this event. Members are free, for non-members a $5 donation would be appreciated. Parking is free and refreshments will be served. The Richmond Hill Naturalists is an organization of residents concentrating on discovering, appreciating and enhancing the natural world.
For more information about our organization, consult the web site www.rhnaturalists.ca or contact Gene Denzel firstname.lastname@example.org