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September 2018

Lyme Disease: What is Happening in Ontario?

Friday, September 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
London Civic Garden Complex, 625 Springbank Drive
London, Ontario N6K 4T1 Canada
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Andrew Peregrine, Professor and Clinical Parasitologist, Veterinary College, University of Guelph, will talk about Lyme disease and how to prevent it. Andrew will tell us about the ticks that can be found on dogs and people and will help us learn to identify the tick responsible for Lyme disease. Data will be presented to indicate how the risk of exposure to the organism that causes Lyme disease is changing across Ontario and what will likely happen in the future. Strategies…

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October 2018

From the Perspective of a Geographer : Indigenous Health and the Environment

Friday, October 19 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
London Civic Garden Complex, 625 Springbank Drive
London, Ontario N6K 4T1 Canada
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Chantelle Richmond, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Health and the Environment with the Department of Geography at Western University, will talk about the connections between Indigenous health and the environment in Southwestern Ontario. As a health geographer, Chantelle’s teaching and research sit at the interface of Indigenous health and the environment. This discipline seeks to answer one really big question: “How is the health of Indigenous peoples bolstered or affected by features of the natural environment?” In her talk, Chantelle…

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What is Your Favourite Bird?

Friday, October 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

When asked this question, Ric and Sandy Symmes usually choose the Osprey. Over 30 years, they’ve followed the return of Osprey to the eastern shores of Georgian Bay, and more recently, the species’ successful expansion in London. You may be surprised to learn that there is an Osprey family nesting near you! Ric and Sandy will share stories and images that describe the life and times of Osprey and why they admire this exceptional intercontinental traveller.

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November 2018

Annual Conservation Awards Banquet, Soulbird: Relationships with Nature as Told Through Slides, Stories, and Songs

Friday, November 16 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Greenhills Golf & Country Club, 4838 Colonel Talbot Road
Lambeth, Ontario Canada
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(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,…

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Birds of the Galapagos

Friday, November 23 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
London Civic Garden Complex, 625 Springbank Drive
London, Ontario N6K 4T1 Canada
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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.”

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