Who we are


A wide range of field trips and lectures, with the aim of enriching its members’ enjoyment and study of nature, is offered by the MONTREAL FIELD NATURALISTS’ CLUB.

A non-profit organization, founded in 1971 which depends solely on the support and participation of its members.  We offer a program of outdoor activities, usually on Saturdays and mainly aimed at people over the age of 40,  featuring easy to intermediate hikes and walks, as well as canoeing or kayaking.  Winter outings include cross-country skiing and/or snowshoeing.  There are also several week-end trips a year for canoeing, hiking or skiing.

Our indoor lecture series includes talks on a variety of nature-related topics by scientists and natural history experts.  These free, public indoor lectures usually take place on the last Thursday of the months of September, November, March and April  in Fulford Hall of the Montreal Diocese of the Anglican Church of Canada, 2nd Floor, 1444 Union Avenue (across from The Bay).

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, no indoor meetings or outdoor activities are scheduled at this time.

For further information, you may call or email the President – Pat Borlace (514) 769-1542, p.borlace@yahoo.ca, or the Membership Chairperson – Vera Burt, (514) 769-4480, VeraBurt@gmail.com.  You may also visit us on Facebook  –  Montreal Field Naturalists’ Club (Group).

(Photo by P. Philip)

Adirondacks Week-end  (Photo by P. Philip)

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