Nature Aurora is a working group of volunteer citizen scientists aimed at protecting, preserving, and enhancing ecologically important wildlife habitats in Aurora, Ontario.
The project pages detail some of the different initiatives that we have worked on or are ongoing, including nest box monitoring, breeding bird studies, storm water pond monitoring, a master plan for the Ivy Jay Community Nature Reserve, and more.
Current Projects :
- Community Nest Box Monitoring
- Ivy Jay Community Nature Reserve
- Breeding Birds Of Aurora Study
- Outing and Field Trips
Past Projects :
- Breeding Birds Of The Oak Ridges Moraine (2010)
- Town Of Aurora Stormwater Ponds Vegetation and Wildlife Study (2007)
- BIRDS OF DIDSBURY (UK) AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT (1900-2000)
- PROJECT NEST BOX – SCHOOL NEST WATCH PROGRAM (2010)
- BREEDING BIRDS OF THE OAK RIDGES MORAINE (2000)
- Proposal For The Creation Of A Community Wildlife Park In Aurora (1998)
visit their website to learn more about them and their projects: