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Table of Contents of the latest issue.
Editor: Dr. Dwayne Lepitzki
From the CFN website: Volume 117, Number 2 (2003) onwards. (Last four issues are only available to OFNC members and subscribers.)
From the Biodiversity Heritage Library:
- CFN Volume 33 (1919) to Volume 126 (2012).
- The Ottawa Naturalist, Volume 1 (1887) to Volume 32 (1919)
- Transactions of The Ottawa Field-Naturalists’ Club, Volume 1 (1879) to Volume 7 (1886)
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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
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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.
Winners for Volume 132 (tie):
- “The spiders of Prince Edward Island: experts and citizen scientists collaborate for faunistics” by Joseph J. Bowden, Kyle M. Knysh, Gergin A. Blagoev, Robb Bennett, Mark A. Arsenault, Caleb F. Harding, Robert W. Harding, and Rosemary Curley, published in CFN 132(4)
- “Diversity and conservation status of lichens and allied fungi in the Greater Toronto Area: results from four years of the Ontario BioBlitz” by Richard Troy McMullin, Katherine Drotos, David Ireland, and Hanna Dorval, published in CFN 132(4).
“It is gratifying that there is still a publication venue for primary research that is not premised on testing an existing hypothesis but rather, as in the case of my study, for describing basic processes in an intact ecosystem and formulating a hypothesis. I wish to thank the Ottawa Field-Naturalists’ Club and the editorial board of The Canadian Field-Naturalist for selecting my paper on nutrient cycling for the James Fletcher Award in 2017.”
– Thomas E. Reimchen, winner of the 2017 James Fletcher Award for “Diverse Ecological Pathways of Salmon Nutrients Through an Intact Marine-terrestrial Interface“, published in CFN 131(4).