Each year we run a seminar series from May through August, with topics running the gamut from natural history, environmental management, and natural history to wildlife art. In the past two years our seminars have been virtual, but this year we are returning to in-person. Typically held in the Conference Room in the R.J. Robertson Biodiversity Centre each Wednesday at 7:00 pm, seminars this year begin May 11. We ask that all who attend bring and wear a mask indoors for the safety of all. All are welcome!
Recorded Summer Seminars can be viewed on our YouTube Channel
|10 May||QUBS researchers and summer interns||What we do at QUBS.|
|17 May||Stephen Lougheed (Queen's University)||New camera. Same old photographer. Better nature photos?|
|24 May||John Ratlciffe (University of Toronto)||
Bats, from the K-Pg boundary (~65 mya) to those in your backyard
|31 May||Roslyn Dakin (Carleton University)||The power of friends in competitive and cooperative birds|
|7 June||Keith Van de Riet, PhD, AIA (University of Kansas, School of Architecture and Design)||Toward ecosystems integration: biomimetic built environments|
|14 June||QUBS Writers Studio. Queen's University. Department of English Writers Retreat.||TBA|
Javier Salgado-Ortiz (Universidad Michoacana, Mexico)
Guacamole and birds: Assesing the impact of avocado plantations on bird diversity in Mexico.
|28 June||Grace Johnston (Queen's University)||
|12 July||David Philip et al||TBA|
|19 July||Troy Martin (Queen's University)||TBA|
|26 July||Speaker for Environmental DNA workshop||TBA|
|2 August||Along the Way||TBA|