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Resources & Publications

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Birding Hot Spots of the Kingston Region

We are building a page to help you enjoy the outstanding birdwatching in the region and find the hotspots. Click here to check it out.

The Blue Bill

The Blue Bill is the quarterly publication of the Kingston Field Naturalists, published in March, June, September and December as a benefit to our members. External articles by members and non-members about wildlife, protection of the environment and wildlife watching sites are accepted. For more information about submitting an article, please contact the editor. From March 2009, past issues of The Blue Bill will be available online as PDF files. If you are a member of the KFN, you have the choice of receiving The Blue Bill in print by mail or electronically by e-mail. See The Blue Bill page.

Checklists & Species Reporting Forms

KFN Public Statements

Reports

Histories of the KFN

Books

Several books have been published through the Kingston Field Naturalists. They include:

Birds of the Kingston Region The Birds of the Kingston Region by Ron Weir, new (2008) edition, available at Novel Idea and Chapters in Kingston, or contact Chris Grooms.
Birds of the Kingston Region Pictorial Pocket Guide to the Butterflies of the Kingston Region by John Poland (2011) -- contact John Poland


Wildlife in My Backyard Series

Other Articles

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