NATURE MIRAMICHI meetings are held on the first Tuesday each month Sept. to June*, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizens’ Centre, 26  Sutton Road, Nelson Miramichi. Everyone is welcome.

It is possible to join our meetings via Zoom. Please email for further information. 

Should you wish to join the club the annual dues are $20.00 for an individual and $40.00 for a family.  The dues go to cover hall rental, speaker expenses/donation when appropriate, affiliation fees with Nature NB and small administrative expenses such as web site domain name maintenance and upgrade to service.  please contact club treasurer Dave Goforth at  .

Monthly Meetings

April 4, 2023

Nature Miramichi’s guest speaker at the April 4th meeting is David Mazerolle, an ecosystems scientist and botanist with Parks Canada.

“My talk will focus on climate change adaptation approaches in the conservation of species at risk in coastal and forested habitats. The title would be ‘Impacts of Climate Change and Related Major Storm Events on our Rare Plants & Lichens: Conservation Approaches in a Rapidly Changing Environment’.

As an added bonus side-show, I could also present some nice spring wildflower photos if we have time.”

See the link below to read a CBC article about the David Mazerolle’s work at Kouchibouguac National Park to restore the presence of the Gulf of St. Lawrence Aster:





Field Trips:

Visit to the Miramichi Museum – February 21 or 28 – check back please

Jim Saunder’s Wood Lot  – TBA


Deana Gadd’s Wildflower Presentation to Nature Miramichi, October 4th 2022



  1. Looking forward to Mr Poirier’s presentation on Polar Bears!! Climate change is and will continue to have an impact on all of us.

  2. Is the June 13 the walk in the marsh at 6.30 am or pm?

  3. Hello
    I was wondering if I could sign up for emails to keep me informed as a back yard birder sure could use some company with the same interest
    Thanks in advance Sheila Whalen

    • I can’t see your email address in the comment Sheila. Peter

  4. Hi Sheila,

    Yes I can add you to the club’s email list. There are not a great deal of postings regarding feeders but some of our members are very keen birders.
    There are a number of avenues. Have you checked out Project Feeder Watch? You could join eBird and see what some local birders might be posting for sightings. You could join the Nature NB Listserv for provincial comments. If you have any questions about these please send me an email, Peter

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