Category Archives: Guest Speakers

Learn about high marsh communities and goose grazing in estuaries

Comox Valley Nature is pleased to host the following free lecture at our February online meeting: Title: High marsh plant communities and response to Canada Goose grazing in Salish Sea estuariesSpeaker: Stefanie LaneDate: Sunday, February 12, 2023Time: 7:00 p.m. PT … Continue reading

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Recording for talk on conservation implications of clearcutting

Comox Valley Nature, facilitated by the Canadian Society of Environmental Biologists, recently presented the following webinar: Title: Conservation Implications of Clearcutting around Strathcona Provincial ParkSpeaker: Loys MaingonDate: Sunday, January 15, 2023 If you missed this event or would like to … Continue reading

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Learn about conservation implications of clearcutting near Strathcona Park

Comox Valley Nature is pleased to host the following free lecture at our January online meeting: Title: Conservation Implications of Clearcutting around Strathcona Provincial ParkSpeaker: Loys MaingonDate: Sunday, January 15, 2023Time: 7:00 p.m. PT This webinar is facilitated by the … Continue reading

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Recording available for talk on Morrison Creek biodiversity

Comox Valley Nature, facilitated by the Canadian Society of Environmental Biologists, recently presented the following webinar: Title: Biodiversity of the Morrison Creek HeadwatersSpeakers: David Stapley, Joy Wade and Chanchal CabreraDate: Sunday, December 11, 2022 If you missed this event or … Continue reading

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