Wednesday, May 6th, 2009 - 12:00 AM
Wednesday, August 26th, 2009 - 12:00 AM
- May 6: Dr. Patrick Weatherhead (University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana) Title: Linking snake behaviour to avian nest predation
- May 13: Dr. Steve Lougheed (Department of Biology, Queen’s University) Title: Putting QUBS on the map: Enhancing electronic resources and research opportunities.
- May 20: Dr. Fran Bonier (Department of Biology, Queen’s University) Title: Field endocrine studies of tree swallows. What do hormone levels tell us about individual fitness?
- May 27: Dr. Vicki Friesen (Department of Biology, Queen’s University) Title: A Bird in the Bush Administration: marbled murrelet conservation genetics?
- June 3: Dr. Sara Calhim (Department of Biology, Queen’s University) Title: My what a piece of work are testes.
- June 10: Jeremy Holden (Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters) Title: Role of NGO Biologists in Fisheries Management.
- July 8: Dr. Bruce Tufts (Department of Biology, Queen’s University) Title: A Physiologist's Perspective of the Amazon
- July 15: Michael Runtz (Carleton University) Title: Killers, lovers, con artists and sex surrogates - the lives of local insects.
- July 29: Kyle Harris (MNR - Kingston) Title: Bear Wise Program (and other large animal concerns).
- August 5: Steve Kerr (OMNR Peterborough) Title: A look down under: Fish and Fisheries issues.
- August 11: Dr. Heather Proctor (University of Alberta) Title: Birds as habitat: the ecology and diversity of avian mites (Arachnida: Acari).
- August 19: Dave Copplestone or Francine MacDonald (OFAH) Title: Invasive species and the Invasive Species Program
- August 26: Simon Lunn (photographer/naturalist) Title: Biodiversity of the Rideau.