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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.


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