Trail & Landscape (T&L) is the OFNC’s regional publication. Four issues per year are produced. In addition to listings of club activities, Trail & Landscape contains reports of interesting field trips and observations, articles on conservation and the natural history of the Ottawa Valley and surrounding region, articles on the OFNC’s business and operations, and more.
Printed copies are free to members, mailed quarterly.
Single printed copies of T&L, Volume 51(3) onwards: $6 each, or $10 each if mailed.
Single printed copies of T&L, up to Volume 51(2): $2 each, or $6 each if mailed.
Editor: Annie Bélair
Submitting articles for Trail & Landscape
Have you been on an interesting field trip or made some unusual observations? Write up your thoughts and send them to Trail & Landscape.
- Material for the January-March issue must be in the editor’s hands by November 1.
- Material for the April-June issue must be in the editor’s hands by February 1.
- Material for the July-September issue must be in the editor’s hands by May 1.
- Material for the October-December issue must be in the editor’s hands by August 1.
Email your manuscripts to: Annie Bélair, editor
Advertising in Trail & Landscape
The OFNC will accept advertisements in Trail & Landscape for products and services that are directly related to the activities and mandate of the club.
Rates and specifications; 15% discount if the principal owner of the business is a member of the OFNC.
Contact: Annie Bélair, editor
Volume 51 (2017) onwards: available now in PDF format one year after publication.
The OFNC, in partnership with the Canadian Museum of Nature, is working on having the complete set of Trail & Landscape accessible from the Biodiversity Heritage Library. A subset of back issues is already available.
Articles of special interest
- Asters of the Ottawa District (key included) from T&L 29(3)
- Goldenrods of the Ottawa Region (key included) from T&L 25(4)
- Violets of the Ottawa District (key included) from T&L 31(2)
- Cinquefoils of the Ottawa District (key included)
- Leitrim Road wetlands from T&L 24(2), 26(3) and 27(4)
- A Checklist of the Dragonflies and Damselflies of Ottawa-Gatineau (2008 Update) from T&L 42(3) and New Species Additions to the Ottawa‐Gatineau Odonate Checklist from T&L 51(4) – download PDF
- Index to Volumes 1-20 (1967-1986)
- Index to Volumes 21-40 (1987 – 2006)
For sale: Hard copies of T&L issues and sets with articles of special interest
- Butterflies of the Ottawa District (5 issues) $8*
- Leitrim Road wetlands (4 issues – 3 articles available online) $5*
- Reports on the Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas (3 issues: 2002, 2003, 2004) $4*
Individual issues: $2 each, or $6 each if mailed
- Whales & Seals of the Champlain Sea
- Birds of the Marlborough Forest
- Owling in the Ottawa District
- Checklist of the Mammals of the Ottawa District
- Key to Viburnums of the Ottawa District
- Lilliaceae & Smillaceae of the Ottawa District
- Gatineau Park – History, geology, vegetation
- History of Constance Bay Sandhills
- Asters of the Ottawa District (article and key available online) and Thoroughworts of the Ottawa District
- Goldenrods (article and key available online)
- Ottawa Mushrooms
- Additions and Annotations to the Checklist of Vascular Plants
- Violets of the Ottawa District (article and key available online)
- Rockroses of the Ottawa District
- Avens and Agrimonies of the Ottawa District
- Leitrim – Albion Road Wetlands Biodiversity/Bioblitz
- Petrie Island/Buttercups of the Ottawa District
- Quillworts of the Ottawa District
- Urban Lichens
- Key to Adult Damselflies of the Ottawa District
- Dragons of Morris Island
- The Leopard does not change his Spots
- Checklist of Fishes of the Ottawa District
- Key to Fishes of the National Capital Region
*Plus shipping fee if mailed