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Annual Conservation Awards Banquet, Soulbird: Relationships with Nature as Told Through Slides, Stories, and Songs
(Nature London Members and Guests Only) Jarmo Jalava has authored or co-authored more than 140 articles on ecology and the environment, released three albums of music, and is an avid lifelong birder. For his contributions to landscape-level conservation planning in Ontario (which include Carolinian Canada Big Picture vision, ecological surveys of the Niagara Escarpment and the Eastern Georgian Bay Coast, and Alvars of the Bruce Peninsula), Jarmo received Ontario Nature's Steve Hounsell Greenway Award in 2013. In this multimedia presentation,…Find out more »
James Cowie, Director of Photo Tour Trekkers, joins us to talk about the Galapagos Islands, one of the destinations to which he leads tours. In his words, “The birds of the Galapagos are amazing, from the high food chain Galapagos Hawk to the Short-eared Owl, Penguin, and Red-footed Booby – they all have a story.”Find out more »
The 2019 series kicks off with Raeanne Muir, a long-time volunteer with Ducks Unlimited, who will describe the excellent work done by that organization in preserving wetlands, an important environmental asset. Raeanne will also highlight the many species of ducks we can observe in the London area.Find out more »
Mole Salamanders of Southern Ontario: Exploring the Surprising Ecology, Habits and Habitats of Our Ambystoma Species
Many of us have encountered some of the mole salamanders that live in our local woodlands and wetlands however few understand the ecology and astonishing abilities of these small, mostly subterranean amphibians. Ron Gould, a biologist with Ontario Parks, will review of the types of species you are likely to encounter in your nature hikes, their interesting and often complicated genetic relationships, habitat and seasonal movement patterns, perils and pitfalls to their survival, as well as ways you can improve…Find out more »
London’s Thames River, winding throughout the city, has had its ebbs and flows. Upper Thames River Conservation Authority’s General Manager, Ian Wilcox, will describe the health, care, and future opportunities of the Thames.Find out more »