Date: Thursday, November 14, 2013
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Place: MONTREAL ANGLICAN DIOCESE, 1444 UNION AVE., MONTREAL
(across the street from The Bay)
(Please note change in location & day this month)
THE NATURE CONSERVANCY
Carine Deland, biologist and project manager
Carine Deland, biologist and project manager with the Nature Conservancy, will be providing an update of their numerous vital projects across the province, including their conservation work in the Covey Hill area, which is home to the largest number of salamander species in Quebec. This is the only place in the province where the rare and endangered Mountain Dusky Salamander is found.
Of particular interest to our Societyís members is the Spiny Softshell Turtle project in the Lake Champlain area, to which we contributed both manpower and funds. Other ongoing wildlife projects are the Peregrine Falcon monitoring in the Piedmont-Prevost Escarpments, Blandingís Turtle tracking in the Ottawa Valley, and the Keeping Track Program for wide-ranging mammals monitoring in the Sutton Mountains.
Information may be obtained by calling our office at (514) 845-8317
Be sure to attend and donít forget - Be a friend, bring a friend!
Future meetings TBA
Mark this important date on your calendar!! You donít want to miss any of these excellent guest speakers. All meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. and are held at Atwater Library, 1200 Atwater, Tupper St. entrance, unless otherwise indicated in the current notice.
For information: (514) 845-8317
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