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We are excited to announce the details of our panel discussion! Join us on Tuesday April 13 at 6:30 PM for a lively discussion and question period from various biodiversity experts. Our panelists will be discussing philosophical questions like: “What exactly is biodiversity?” along with any questions that you (the audience) might have! 

Join us to hear from:
  • Roberta Clowater (CPAWS NB)
  • Don McAlpine (New Brunswick Museum)
  • spasaqsit-possesom - Ron Tremblay (Wolastoqewi Kci-Sakom)
  • Lisa Fauteux (Verts Rivages)
  • Philippe St. Onge (Parks Canada)
  • Vanessa Roy-McDougall (Moderator; Nature NB)
Like all the Wildlife Webinars, this will be free to attend. We hope to see you there.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 

If you wish to watch recordings of past webinars, including:
  • Getting involved in New Brunswick's Nature Legacy (Heather Loomer, DNRED)
  • Piping plovers: a management dependent species that needs our help (Lewnanny Richardson, Nature NB)
  • New Brunswick bats: how are they doing? (Don McAlpine, NB Museum)
  • Where have all the eiders gone? (Scott Gilliland, Canadian Wildlife Service)
  • The life and times of owls in New Brunswick (Nelson Poirier, Nature Moncton)
Please see our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1NJ57lZj3IT17vO7JQbExgjyhXi60aiF

This webinar series is supported by the NB Wildlife Trust Fund.
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