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Map RecordCanadian Parks and Wilderness Society CPAWS, New Brunswick Chapter

Map RecordCanadian Parks and Wilderness Society CPAWS, New Brunswick ChapterFredericton 506-452-9902 The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is a charitable non-profit conservation organization with 13 chapters across Canada. We are New Brunswick's voice for wilderness. Since 1963, CPAWS ha ... [More] Add Record Add Record

Ducks Unlimited Canada

 Ducks Unlimited CanadaManitoba   Conservation of wetlands and associated habitats for the benefit of North American waterfowl and the promotion of a healthy environment for wildlife and humans * On the trail of the marshes: interdisc ... [More] Add Record Add Record

Map RecordDucks Unlimited Canada, Conserving Canada’s Wetlands, New Brunswick

Map RecordDucks Unlimited Canada, Conserving Canada’s Wetlands, New BrunswickFredericton 506-458-8848 From multi-acre marshes to forested swamps teeming with wood ducks to coastal salt marshes, New Brunswick is a province blessed with wetland biodiversity. American black ducks, wood ducks, mallards, o ... [More] Add Record Add Record

Moncton Naturalists Club, Nature Moncton

 Moncton Naturalists Club, Nature MonctonMoncton 506-384-6397 Nature Moncton offers people who want to learn more about the natural world an opportunity to gain experience through field trips, from each other, and from experts. Add Record Add Record

Map RecordNew Brunswick Wildlife Trust Fund, The

Map RecordNew Brunswick Wildlife Trust Fund, TheFredericton 506-453-6655 The New Brunswick Wildlife Trust Fund is managed by the New Brunswick Wildlife Council . The Wildlife Council is a group of 17 volunteers, representing hunting, fishing, trapping, aboriginal, naturali ... [More] Add Record Add Record

Map RecordSaint John Astronomy Club

Map RecordSaint John Astronomy ClubSaint John 506-648-9063 The Saint John Astronomy Club's meetings consist of presentations and open discussions on observing experiences and new equipment or projects. Everybody is welcome to participate, and round table disc ... [More] Add Record Add Record

Saint John Naturalists' Club

 Saint John Naturalists' ClubSaint John   Established in 1962, the Saint John Naturalists' Club welcomes everyone interested in the study, conservation, and enjoyment of nature in New Brunswick. If you wish to contact the group, please do so ... [More] Add Record Add Record

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