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The Blomidon Naturalists Society is a field naturalists club centered around the eastern Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia. The primary objective of the Society is to encourage and develop in its members and the public, an understanding and appreciation of nature which is interpreted broadly and includes the rocks, plants, animals, water, air and stars. The records for the Blomidon Naturalists Society cover the years from 1974 to 2008 and consist of minutes, membership, newsletters, and projects. Christmas bird counts for the Wolfville area and other communities in the Annapolis Valley are included. Not all of the records have been made available digitally.
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Nova Scotia Christmas Bird Count (Dec 1994 - Jan 1995)
Nova Scotia Christmas Bird Count (Dec 1995 - Jan 1996)
Reports
Management Plan for the National Historic Site at Grand Pre
Neckband Geese
Letter to the Friends of the Blomidon Naturalists Society
List of executive and honorary life members
Report on the Wolfville Christmas Bird Count (1987)
Report on the Wolfville Christmas Bird Count (1987-1988)
Nova Scotia Christmas Bird Count (1991)
Nova Scotia Christmas Bird Count (1992)
Cyril K. Coldwell Eagles and Raptors chart (1999)
Report on the Nova Scotia Christmas Bird Count (Dec 1990-Jan 1991)
Nova Scotia Christmas Bird Count (Dec 1993 - Jan 1994)
"The Cup is Full: Invasive Birds"
Annapolis and District Christmas Bird Count 1999
Wolfville Christmas Bird Count (2005)
Minute book
Minute book
Blomidon Naturalists Society pamphlet