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(Open to the public) Brock Fenton, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Biology at Western University, will discuss bat basic biology and distinctive features before moving on to the timely topic of the role that bats play in disease with focus on two viruses, rabies and SARS-CoV-2. As gauging an audience is more challenging when using a videoconferencing tool, Brock has requested that members send in their questions before his talk so he can structure the presentation to address them.…Find out more »
(Open to the public) The summer months offer great opportunities to enjoy the wonders of the Universe. To be amazed by what the night sky has to offer, you don’t need a telescope or any prior astronomy knowledge: a pair of eyes, a backyard or a driveway, and a healthy dose of curiosity can turn you and your loved ones into avid sky watchers in a short amount of time. In this presentation Jan Cami (Associate Professor at Western University…Find out more »
Laurel Beechey from Skunk Haven will tell us how orphaned wildlife are rescued, rehabilitated and released, by following a litter of baby skunks. Also, a look at living with our wildlife neighbours. During questions, Shimmy (a non-releasable, educational skunk) will join us. Zoom Details Topic: Nature London September Zoom Meeting Time: Sep 18, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85995859465?pwd=NS9ET1dQRWt4dzNuNVQ3MnZDYWtYQT09 Meeting ID: 859 9585 9465 Passcode: 639198 Dial by your location +1 778 907 2071…Find out more »
(NATURE LONDON MEMBERS ONLY. Please note that the cutoff for registration is noon the day of the event.) Dr. Sonya Richmond and Sean Morton “Come Walk with Us”: The story of their ongoing trek across Canada on the The Great Trail with a focus on their Hike4Birds. Sonya writes, “Sean and I are passionate about nature, hiking, photography, birding, diversifying the outdoor community, and exploring new places. We have decided to leave our jobs, sell our house, and walk across…Find out more »
(NATURE LONDON MEMBERS ONLY) Please: Register for the meeting using the same name and email address associated with your membership. Only register once per household. Connect to the virtual meeting using the full name used to register to ensure that you will be granted entry. If you have previously used Zoom and used a nickname or unrecognizable name, please see this guide on how to change it: https://teaching.nmc.edu/knowledgebase/changing-your-name-in-a-zoom-meeting/. Note that the cut-off for registration is noon the day of the…Find out more »