It has been a while since we have been able to host our usual monthly meetings and outings. We know many of you are missing these little treats just as much as we are missing sharing them with you. Today we have some good news. While we will not be able to host physical meetings or outings, we have the opportunity to host a virtual presentation on February 10, at 7:00pm through Zoom.
This is a special presentation by the Toronto Zoo on Aquatic Species at Risk in the Great Lakes by Kat Lucas.
Our Great Lakes support a diverse array of plants and animals, with rich ecosystems that are unique in the world. The lakes provide us with fresh drinking water, food and recreational opportunities. This session will focus on some of the species at risk in our Great Lakes and our role as individuals to protect this sensitive ecosystem.
Kat Lucas is the Aqua-Links Program Assistant at the Toronto Zoo. She has a passion for conservation education and connecting others with the environment. She graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor of Science, Zoology and a Master of Environmental Science with a focus on aquatic toxicology and fish reproduction.
If you find this topic of interest and would like to attend this virtual presentation, please contact us as soon as possible. There is limited access to this presentation and you would not want to miss out. Once you sign up, we will send you all the details you need to access this presentation. If you have any technical question please do not hesitate to contact us, our tech savvy members will help answer any question you may have.
We are looking forward to sharing this opportunity with you.