Queen's University Biological Station

The Queen's University Biological Station (QUBS) is one of the premier scientific field stations in Canada. For almost 70 years, researchers and students have gathered at QUBS to conduct leading-edge research and participate in courses spanning ecology, evolution, conservation, geography, and environmental science.

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February 4, 2017: Biology 202 students visit QUBS

Biology 202 students on Lake Opinicon

February 4, 2017: Biology 202 students visit QUBS

Winter outing with the Kingston Young Field Naturalists

Winter outing with the Kingston Young Field Naturalists

Winter outing with the Kingston Young Field Naturalists.

Pickup volleyball game

Pickup volleyball game

Pickup volleyball game on Canada Day 2015 – a newly donated net and balls!

Fish radiotracking

Fish radiotracking

Fish radiotracking

Reptile display tent

Reptile display tent at the QUBS Open House

Reptile display tent at the QUBS Open House, June 2015. (Photo by Greg Black)

Bill Halliday and Ashley Bramwell showing a snake

Bill Halliday and Ashley Bramwell showing a snake to one of our Open House 2015 guests.

Bill Halliday and Ashley Bramwell showing a snake to one of our Open House 2015 guests. (Photo by Greg Black)

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