Kamloops branch of BCIA presents Range Monitoring in Grasslands
A seminar hosted in partnership with the Grasslands Conservation Council and Thompson Rivers University
Wednesday February 6th , 3:00 – 5:00 pm at Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops – Portable 2 (https://www.tru.ca/map.html).
Join us for a seminar on range monitoring in grasslands. Francis Njenga, range stewardship offer at FLNRORD Range Branch, will provide an overview of the government requirements for range monitoring and suggested monitoring methods. Dr. Wendy Gardner, professor at Thompson Rivers University, will discuss the Grassland Conservation Council’s grasslands monitoring manual. This workshop will be followed-up by a hands-on field day in June on range monitoring.
This event is free for both BCIA members and non-members. Please register here.
Thursday, Feb. 21 – 7 pm Heritage House
Tom Beeke spent 12 years in China teaching high school students the BC school curriculum. Currently he is with the Maple Leaf School at TRU. Tom has written a book on Chinese birds and birding. He will give a quick introduction to China, including geography, government, conservation. education and the future. There will also be slides of birds, mammals and other creatures.
Thursday, March 21 – 7 pm at Heritage House
Elaine Sedgman – Citizen Science: two years of pollinator surveys in the city of Kamloops.