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Bad Reputations: Cormorants and Conservation with Gail Fraser

Lucy Maud Montgomery Church 11850 Durham Regional Rd 1, Leaskdale, Ontario, Canada

Since their rapid population recovery in the Great Lakes, double-crested cormorants have a bad reputation because they are a large black water bird that eats fish and their nesting habits kill trees. Professor Gail Fraser describes the role of cormorants in the Great Lakes ecosystems and how cormorant ecology relates to biodiversity conservation. Gail Fraser ...

Wildlife Research In The Canadian Arctic: Arctic Fox, Arctic Hare, Arctic Biodiversity

Talks are presented Sunday afternoons at 2:30 pm, from September to May with audience discussion time. Visitors are always welcome and no admission fee is charged. Meeting Location: Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84442916344?pwd=RE5ySmZNMThTZVNkWVI2Z3R6aGFHdz09 Meeting ID: 844 4291 6344 Passcode: 343484 Join us on December 3rd at 2:30 pm for our lecture titled “Wildlife research in the ...

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