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Winter to Spring 2018, Volume 49, Issue 1

The Osprey is a source of information on various aspects of the province’s natural history such as birds, plants, insects, mammals, general ecology and philosophical nature musings. All members of Nature Newfoundland and Labrador can access The Osprey. Access the latest issues here.




The Current State and Uncertain Future of Labrador Migratory Caribou

By John D. Jacobs

Can the George River caribou survive with continued hunting, threats to habitat, and food shortages?


Winter Gull Workshop 2018 – Trip Report

By Megan Boucher

A trip report on our annual Winter Gull Workshop at Quidi Vidi Lake.


The Forget-me-nots of Newfoundland and Labrador

By Andrus Voitk

An up close look at four species of forget-me-nots on the island.


Birds of a Feather: Q&A with Artist Brandy Barry

By Justin So

Interview with local nature artist Brandy Barry.


The Humber Natural History Society (HNHS) in 2017

By Lois Bateman, HNHS Executive Member and Program Committee Co-Chair

Activities and goings-on of the Humber Natural History Society.


Sustainability of Introduced American Toad Populations in Western Newfoundland

By Dion Kelly, Christine Campbell, Robert Scott, Ian Warkentin

An updated distribution and feeding habits of American toads in Western Newfoundland.


Connecting Nature and New Canadians

By Elizabeth Andres

Summary on the successes and lessons learned from our Nature NL’s project connecting new immigrants and nature.




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