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November 2019

Protecting Birds from Collisions with Glass

Friday, November 29, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
London Civic Garden Complex, 625 Springbank Drive
London, Ontario N6K 4T1 Canada
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Brendon Samuels, a PhD student in the Biology Department at Western University, studies how to prevent birds from flying into windows. Brendon will review several aspects of this conservation issue, discussing best practices for preventing collisions (including some DIY ideas!), how to help a bird that has been injured by a collision, the role of citizen science in improving awareness of collisions, and recent actions taken by the City of London to protect migratory birds. Brendon will tell us about…

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February 2020

Raptor Banding at Hawk Cliff

Friday, February 28 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
London Civic Garden Complex, 625 Springbank Drive
London, Ontario N6K 4T1 Canada
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Cyril Crocker has been banding hawks and eagles at Hawk Cliff since 1986 and is the current coordinator of the Hawk Cliff Raptor Banders, celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Cyril is also a member of the St. Thomas Field Naturalists, Bird Studies Canada, and the Ontario Bird Banders Association. As a passionate bird bander, Cyril will share the importance of banding to scientific research on raptors and particularly to those species in decline and those still recovering from near…

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