Lake Ontario Evening on Reptiles and Amphibians

Reptiles and amphibians are highly sensitive to changes in their environment as they depend on high quality habitat for their survival. Come out of your shell and learn about how turtles and frogs are faring under the urbanized conditions of the Toronto region, as well as the efforts underway to re-establish their populations. This free event is part of Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan's (RAP) Lake Ontario Evenings speaker series (www.torontorap.ca). Snacks are provided and drinks are available for purchase. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/lake-ontario-evening-on-reptiles-and-amphibians-tickets-71053012473

SPEAKERS:

Trends in Amphibian Populations Across the Toronto Region

Dell Tune, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

Toronto's Waterfront Turtles

Marc Dupuis-Desormeaux,York University

Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre: a Multipronged Approach to Turtle Conservation

Dr Sue Carstairs, Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre

Blanding's Turtle Head-start Program: Recovering an Endangered Species in the GTA

Dr. Andrew Lentini, Toronto Zoo

All are welcome | Doors open at 6:00 pm | Presentations will begin at 6:30 pm | Discussion to Follow


Lake Ontario Evening on Reptiles and Amphibians

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