Lake Ontario Evenings – Trends in Toronto’s Terrestrial Widlife

21 Dec 2017 | Under Events | Posted by | 0 Comments

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Join the Toronto & Region Remedial Action Plan on May 1st, 2018 for a discussion around Trends in Toronto’s Terrestrial Wildlife as part of the Lake Ontario Evenings speaker series. Speakers will provide an update on how terrestrial biodiversity and habitats have responded to a decade of change in the ever-evolving Toronto area.  The event takes place at the Gladstone Hotel at 1214 Queen St West.

All are welcome | Doors open at 6 pm | Presentations will begin at 6:30 pm

Presentations include:

A decade of Terrestrial Natural Heritage Systems in the Toronto and region: An overview of the advances and the challenges for a resilient urban ecosystem | Namrata Shrestha, PhD | Senior Research Scientist, Ecology, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, and Adjunct Professor, School of Environment, University of Toronto


Assessing wildlife populations for the Toronto Region Area of Concern | 
Lyndsay Cartwright, PhD | Data Analyst, Environmental Monitoring and Data Management, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority


The Buzz on Bees: Who they are and how you can help them | 
Sheila Colla, PhD | Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director, Environmental Studies, York University

Discussion to follow.

Free tickets available here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/lake-ontario-evening-trends-in-torontos-terrestrial-wildlife-tickets-44595909566