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Tuesday Talks with CPAWS-NB: North Atlantic Right Whale Conservation

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The Abbey Café & Gallery

546 Queen Street

Fredericton, NB E3B 1B9

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Please join us for another evening of “Tuesday Talks with CPAWS-NB”!

This month we are welcoming UNB PhD candidate, Amanda Babin. Amanda has worked in both freshwater and marine ecosystems, and is eager to discuss how these ecosystems are connected and are being impacted by climate change.

On January 22nd, Amanda will be presenting her talk, “North Atlantic Right Whale Conservation in the Bay of Fundy”. Audience members will have the chance to discover the Grand Manan Basin Conservation Area, a critical habitat for endangered North Atlantic Right Whales. Shipping and fishing industries along with conservation groups and the concerned public have worked together to understand the right whale’s plight and what we can do to help the population recover. Together, we will look back in history to understand the multiple threats the population has faced over the years, and what management changes are being undertaken today.

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Location: Abbey Café & Gallery, 546 Queen Street, Fredericton
Date: January 22, 2019
Time: 7:00-8:30pm
Open to the public and free to attend!

Please visit our website for more information: www.cpawsnb.org

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