Nature NL November Talks

Twice a year Nature NL collaborates with The Rooms to present talks on
aspects of natural history.  These talks replace the regular third Thursday
society talks.  These talks will take place in the Rooms Lecture Theatre on
the second floor.  This year the theme is aspects of NL wildlife.

Wednesday November 21 at 7:00 p.m.

“Conflict or coexistence? Are we willing to share space with coyotes, bears,
caribou and moose?”

by Dr. Alistair Bath, Department of Geography, MUN.


Thursday November 22 at 2:30 p.m.

“The biology and ecology of coyotes in Newfoundland”

by Mr. Mike McGrath,
Wildlife Biologist, NL Department of Environment and Conservation.

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