Gardening is one of the simplest and most profound ways you can connect with nature. Thankfully, you have pollinators as allies to support you in your efforts. Join the Canadian Wildlife Federation as we take a look at Canada’s seven kinds of pollinators. You’ll discover their remarkable behaviours, their importance to our economy and well-being, and how you can help these allies in the simplest of ways.
Date: Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. EST | 1:00 p.m. AST
Speakers: Dr. Sean Brillant, senior conservation biologist at CWF; Dr. Kim Davies, adjunct professor (FGS), oceanography
Join the Ocean Tracking Network (OTN) and the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) for the third live webinar in our North Atlantic right whale series. This time, you’re invited to a conversation and Q&A with Dr. Sean Brillant, senior conservation biologist at CWF, and Dr. Kim Davies, adjunct professor (FGS), oceanography, co-PI MEOPAR-WHaLE.
Students will appreciate this opportunity to connect with Ottawa canoeist Max Finkelstein and OAR Northwest rowers Jordan Hanssen, Markus Pukonen, Pat Fleming and Greg Spooner. The Adobe Connect webinar, hosted by CWF Education Manager Randy McLeod, will provide an insight into why the adventurers are canoeing and rowing from Minnesota to Louisiana.