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Lake Ontario Evening - Trends in Toronto's Terrestrial Wildlife

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Gladstone Hotel

1214 Queen Street West

Toronto, ON M6J 1J6

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Join the Toronto & Region Remedial Action Plan 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.

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

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