Saturday, December 03, 2011

Bird Protection Quebec's monthly lecture/meeting

Monday December 5
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
 Location: Knox Crescent, Kensington & First Presbyterian Church, 625 Godfrey Avenue

For the Birds: an Introduction to Winter Bird Ecology with Chris Cloutier

Chris Cloutier, a new BPQ Board member, currently works as the Interpretive Naturalist and Events coordinator for the Morgan Arboretum. He leads guided walks and workshops on a wide array of topics, from birds and butterflies, to spiders, trees, wildflowers, frogs, and ecology. He has been a nature interpreter for nearly three full years and a keen naturalist his entire life.

He graduated with distinction from McGill University's Macdonald campus in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. His degree program was Applied Zoology. He specialized in the field of Entomology (insects and spiders).

Join Chris Cloutier and discover some of the strategies employed by our native bird species to cope with the challenges of winter. Learn some neat facts about some common species. Discover what they eat, how they live and how they keep those skinny exposed feet warm! ?

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