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Speakers Series: How Forest Dynamics Shape the Biodiversity of B.C.’S Coast

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680 Plains Road West

Burlington, ON L7T 4H4

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How Forest Dynamics Shape the Biodiversity of B.C.'s Coastal Temperate Rainforest

Barbara Beasley, biologist, Wetland Stewards for Clayoquot & Barkley Sounds, lives in Canada’s beautiful rainforest on the west coast of Vancouver Island. This talk describes the forest dynamics that create conditions in which many species thrive. Barb tells her story by providing examples of the forest habitats needed by three charismatic species: Black Bears, Marbled Murrelets and Wandering Salamanders.Yes, Wandering Salamanders are charismatic and their survival depends on the dynamic processes happening in the coastal temperate rainforest! This talk connects to our winter exhibit, Under the Canopy

Thursday January 21, 2021; 7 to 8:30 p.m.

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Event Tickets - $18 (+HST and Service Fee) Members - $6 (+HST and Service Fee)

Part of RBG Speaker Series!We are excited to bring you a selection of lecture and workshop sessions with experts from across North America, speaking on topics such as gardening, wildlife, conservation, and more! For more information, visit rbg.ca/speakers

Royal Botanical Gardens is a registered charitable organization dedicated to connecting people, plants and place. By attending this event, you’re supporting our efforts in areas like plant science, conservation, horticulture and education. Want to learn more about how you can contribute to RBG’s charitable work? Visit rbg.ca/donate

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