As the climate changes, we may all be moving and searching for new sources of food, just like the deer and wild turkeys are doing now. On February 23, discover how our wild animals are learning to move with the climate.
The Hastings Stewardship Council presents Climate Change: New Ways for Wildlife, the fourth presentation in their Winter Speaker Series on February 23 in Ivanhoe.
Weather patterns are becoming more extreme and unpredictable, and all plants and animals are being challenged to adapt to these new conditions. Hear the latest reports from two wildlife specialists. Melissa Laplante and Lisa Solomon, Management Biologists with the Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry, will talk about changing population dynamics under a warming climate with a focus on deer and wild turkeys.
Come and bring your questions on Thursday, February 23 from 7 to 9 pm at the Huntington Veterans Community Hall, 11379 Highway 62, in Ivanhoe. An entrance fee of $5.00 per person (or a donation) will help cover costs. Children are free.
For more information, contact Matt Caruana at 613-391-9034 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit hastingsstewardship.ca.