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The Coves is a remarkable community-led, conservation success story. Patrick Donnelly and Linda McDougall of the City of London will highlight the ecological transformation of the Coves Environmentally Significant Area and describe ways to explore and help protect the former meander of the Thames River.Find out more »
Karlee Flear, Community Education Supervisor with the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, will speak on partnering with the World Wildlife Fund Canada to develop activities that will engage young people in conservation. For additional information on this initiative visit http://thamesriver.on.ca/education-community/communities-for-nature/.Find out more »
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…Find out more »
Laurel Beechey is an Authorized Wildlife Custodian and has been rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing orphaned wildlife, mostly skunks, for more than 35 years, which has earned her the name “Skunk Lady”. Laurel’s presentation will follow the story of a litter of orphan skunks, providing information about the ecology of skunks, the decimation of wildlife in general, and how to safely remove and relocate unwanted wildlife from attics and sheds without harm. More information can be found at http://www.ontariowildliferescue.ca/wildlifecentres/details.php?wildlifecenter_id=27.Find out more »
Paul Nicholson is a long-time member of Nature London. He started birding as a kid in the 1960s. Most of his birding is done across Southwestern Ontario. While spring migration is underway in March, most spring migration festivals are planned for May when wood warblers and other songbirds are flying through. Paul Nicholson will compare and contrast the festivals and share highlights of each. He’ll even let you know which is his favorite. Since 2011 he has written a weekly…Find out more »