Date(s) - 03/Jun/2021
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
DIURNAL RAPTORS OF METRO VANCOUVER
This is a unique presentation by 3 people with expertise in different aspects of diurnal raptors.
Perry Edwards’ segment: What is a ‘raptor’ (and what is not); diurnal raptor species to be found in the Lower Mainland (including several rarities); favorite raptor sighting hotspots; some recommended information sources (online apps & field guides).
Kate Fremlin’s segment: She will describe her SFU-based Master’s study of chemical contamination in urban Cooper’s Hawks, as it is passed up the food chain from prey birds.
David Hancock’s segment: He will provide an overview of the long-term Bald Eagle conservation programs of the Hancock Wildlife Foundation.
This presentation will be aired via Zoom Video Conferencing. On the Monday preceding the event, Nature Vancouver members will receive the Zoom link in the weekly e-News. To join the talk on Thursday, click on that link after 7:15 pm. The talk will begin at 7:30 pm. Non-members are welcome and should Email laura@NatureVancouver.ca well in advance to register for the link.