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Macnamara Field Naturalists' Club Home Initiatives Macnamara Trail Exploring Arnprior’s Macnamara… Point Count of the Macnamara Trail Survey of Macnamara Trail Swamp for… Macnamara Trail Extension Donate to the Trail Extension Project Conservation Gillies Grove Arnprior’s Royal Oak: a… About Our Club Club Executive & Volunteers Participate Membership Events & Meetings Past Events & Meetings Young Macnamaras Get Your Notecards! Christmas Bird Count Summary Pakenham-Arnprior Christmas Bird… Pakenham-Arnprior Christmas Bird Count… Resources Club Bulletin Macnamara Trail Guide Macnamara Trail Guide -Interactive Macnamara Trail Geology Field Guides The Lady’s-Slipper Exec Page Home Initiatives Macnamara Trail Exploring Arnprior’s Macnamara… Point Count of the Macnamara Trail Survey of Macnamara Trail Swamp for… Macnamara Trail Extension Donate to the Trail Extension Project Conservation Gillies Grove Arnprior’s Royal Oak: a… About Our Club Club Executive & Volunteers Participate Membership Events & Meetings Past Events & Meetings Young Macnamaras Get Your Notecards! Christmas Bird Count Summary Pakenham-Arnprior Christmas Bird… Pakenham-Arnprior Christmas Bird Count… Resources Club Bulletin Macnamara Trail Guide Macnamara Trail Guide -Interactive Macnamara Trail Geology Field Guides The Lady’s-Slipper Exec Page Upcoming Events Tue 03 Oct 2017 Fish on the Move7:30 pm Sat 07 Oct 2017 Mushrooming for Beginners10:30 am Sun 15 Oct 2017 Geology of the Carp Ridge See All Events Club News In Memory of Sloan Watters Jun 13, 2017 Help Extend the Macnamara Trail! Help Extend the Macnamara Trail! Welcome! In 1984 a group of naturalists in the Ottawa Valley formed this club to share their knowledge and love of nature. Following in the footsteps of Charles Macnamara (1881-1944), a naturalist and photographer who lived in Arnprior, our club has explored, documented and enjoyed the natural history of our area. Welcome to our club! Join Us! Macnamara Trail The Macnamara Trail in the southeast corner of Arnprior is a window into the past and present natural world of the region. One of the club’s largest projects to date, its boardwalks, viewing platforms, and benches – constructed entirely by volunteers – allow visitors to explore it without disturbing its wild character. Read More Events Expert speakers share their knowledge and take us in easy steps into their special worlds at club meetings. Field trips throughout the year investigate everything from geology, to birds in migration, to rare orchids. Check out our upcoming events and meetings. We are pleased to share our knowledge and experience with you! Our Events Our Blog Salamanders Up Close It’s amphibian time of year! A chorus of frogs has erupted in the woods and wetlands. The Young Macs were delighted to have Matt Ellerbeck, from Save the Salamanders to talk about how to help our amphibian friends. It was a beautiful spring day but nice and cool in the barn, the preferred salamander conditions. The kids were delighted to get to see various species including those that might be hiding in their own backyards. This was followed by the Frog and Salamander walk the next day as part of the regular Macnamara outings. Written by Telsing Andrews Great Turnout at the Young Macs Sugar Bush Outing We had a great time in our old fashioned sugar bush. We discussed the importance of temperatures oscillating below zero Celsius at night and above during the day so that there is alternating between sucking up water from the ground during the night and pushing out sap during the day. It was too cold for any sap flow on our walk that day. For more on this process and how Carbon dioxide is involved, see this article on sapflow. We looked at how we tap about 3 feet up on the sunny side of the larger trees, ideally under a large limb. And we talked about the 40:1 ratio of sap to syrup. Then we watched the evaporator at work boiling and concentrating the sugars from the sap collected during the week. Several degrees below zero, but sunny, some of the items on our winter scavenger hunt were hiding so we didn’t see any geese or ravens but we did find winter damage, moss, ferns, metamorphic rock, beech trees, evidence of squirrels, and woodpecker holes. After visiting a very old maple, entirely hollow up the main trunk and covered in moss, we headed back to sample some maple syrup: the first boil of 2016 and the last of 2015. It was a close contest but I think first boil of 2016 won by a few votes. Written by Telsing Andrews. Following the Geese Lots of Young Macs and their parents turned out for another beautiful walk though very different weather than last time as winter’s chill was in the air. There was even a sprinkling of snow. We started off discussing the dynamics of flight including looking at the shape of the wing and feathers using a model and an actual chicken wing. The fun with feathers did not stop there as we tested their insulating quality by sticking our hand in a container full of down. Fun but a little messy! We also discussed why birds migrate before heading out to see some water birds on the shore of Fitzroy Provincial Park. There was a flock of Canadian geese, and a few red heads too! A big Osprey nest, with its Corvid look out, also drew everyone’s attention. The kids jumped from rock to rock, traced the goose footsteps, talked about the changing colour of autumn leaves and tried their hand at binoculars. Afterwards we all retired to Karen Krueger’s house for some hot chocolate and cookies. A special thanks to all the Mac mentors that brought their equipment and expertise and to our host! Written by Telsing Andrews. Photos by Karen Krueger and Betty Michalowski. Trail Treasures: Young Macs Explore Seed Dispersion Written by Telsing Andrews. We had a wonderful if muggy morning on September 5, 2015, exploring seed distribution on the Macnamara Trail. After discussing the importance of seed movement, we caught some burdock, enchanter’s nightshade and beggar’s ticks on pieces of felt, tossed around some maple samaras, and exploded jewelweed pods – abundant at the trailhead. As we walked along, the hard fruit of basswood fluttered down. We stepped on buckthorn fruit and were tempted by flowering raspberry. Across the first boardwalk, we encountered cattails starting to fluff and fly away in the wind. Steve Duffield showed us various trees along the trail including balsam fir, black cherry and yellow birch. As the trail headed upland, we encountered the most magnificent fungal flush. We weren’t the only ones there to appreciate the sights. A group of myco-enthusiasts were also there taking a survey. There were plenty of large mushroom specimens including various Lactarius including L. indigo, some Amanita such as fly agaric and Russula. At the bird feeders, we stopped to do a little drawing and to open some red oak acorns on a hunt for acorn weevil larva. Then it was off to the boardwalk lookout. There were plenty of toads, chipmunks and a ga...

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