The Canadian Field-Naturalist

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The Canadian Field-Naturalist (CFN) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal publishing studies on ecology, behaviour, taxonomy, conservation, and other topics relevant to Canadian natural history. There are four issues per year.

All members of the Ottawa Field-Naturalists’ Club have full access to CFN content. Simply register for an account on the CFN website, email the journal manager to let them know that you registered for an account, and then log in to access all content after the journal manager gives you access.

Table of Contents of the latest issue.

Editor: Dr. Dwayne Lepitzki

Online Access

From the CFN website: Volume 117, Number 2 (2003) onwards. (Last four issues are only available to members.)
From the Biodiversity Heritage Library: Volume 33 (1919) to Volume 126 (2012).

Hard Copies

Hard copies of Volumes 109 (1995) to 123 (2009) are available for FREE*.
Hard copies of Volume 124 (2010) onwards are $10/issue*.

Special issues of The Canadian Field-Naturalist – free*
The history of the exploration of the vascular flora of Canada, Saint-Pierre et Miquelon, and Greenland by James S. Pringle
A life with birds: Percy A. Taverner, Canadian ornithologist, 1875–1947 by John L. Cranmer-Byng

*Plus shipping fee if mailed

James Fletcher Award

The James Fletcher Award is awarded to the author or authors of the best paper published in a volume of The Canadian Field-Naturalist. It was first established in 2018, starting with Volume 130.

Latest Winner: Diverse Ecological Pathways of Salmon Nutrients Through an Intact Marine-terrestrial Interface” by Thomas Reimchen, published in CFN 131(4).

Past recipients