Conservation of Caribou: Canada's Conundrum
Kawartha Land Trust and Trent University, NSERC CREATE Enviro Program are hosting a talk by Dr. Charles Krebs on Monday October 17, 2016 at Market Hall.
The evening's talk, "Conservation of Caribou: Canada's Conundrum", will summarize the current state of the Caribou population in Canada, provide an overview of the issues surrounding their conservation, and discuss how the central dilemma of industrial exploitation versus conservation might be resolved.
Dr. Krebs is Emeritus Professor of Zoology, at the University of British Columbia, where he has been studying the population of ecology of a variety of mammal species for over 55 years. He is one of the world's preeminent field ecologists, having authored numerous scientific publications and books. Dr. Krebs is also the recipient of numerous awards including a Fellowship of the Royal Society of Canada and the President's Medal from the Canadian Society of Ecology and Evolution.
This event will include light refreshments and cash bar.
Doors open at 6:30 pm
Speaker goes on at 7:00 pm
For further information regarding this event please contact:
Shari Paykarimah, KLT's Stewardship & Volunteer Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Bull, Trent's CREATE Enviro Program - Program Coordinator, email@example.com