Annual General Meetings

The Annual General Meeting of Nature Nova Scotia is usually a weekend affair (between mid-May and mid-June) that provides a program of educational talks and field trips. The venue moves from one location to another around the province from year to year to provide members a view of the various habitats and wildlife of each region. The annual meeting itself normally takes about two hours during which the board reports on the past year's activities to the membership, resolutions are proposed, and election of officers takes place.
The first eight AGMs were hosted by local naturalist clubs. Since 1998 a program has been available online.

  • 1990 (Wolfville) – Blomidon Naturalists
  • 1991 (Halifax) – Halifax Field Naturalists
  • 1992 (Annapolis Royal) – Annapolis Field Naturalists
  • 1993 (Cheticamp) – Les Amis du Plein Air
  • 1994 (Antigonish) – Eastern Mainland Field Naturalists
  • 1995 (Wolfville) – Blomidon Naturaists
  • 1996 (Annapolis Royal) – Annapolis Field Naturalists (programme available)
  • 1997 (Halifax) – Halifax Field Naturalists