2012 presentations

Happy New Year everyone! A number of presentations have now been scheduled for 2012. Take a look below to see if there are any near you. All the descriptions are identical, so there’s no need to read them all.

Host: Fredericton Nature Club
Date: February 1, 2012
Location: Stepping Stone Centre (15 Saunders St.)
Start Time: 7:00 PM
Description: “Maritimes Butterfly Atlas: highlights from the first two years”
Launched in 2010, the Maritimes Butterfly Atlas is a 5-year citizen science project that documents butterfly occurrence in the Maritimes. The first two years of the effort has produced nearly 6,000 records. Highlights include a new species for the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia checklists, and documentation of a significant range expansion for a Gulf of St. Lawrence endemic species. Join John Klymko, Atlas director, for a 45-minute presentation to learn more about this important conservation effort.

Host: Miramichi Naturalists Club
Date: February 13, 2012
Location: Nelson Community Building, Sutton Rd.
Start Time: 6:30 PM
Description: “Maritimes Butterfly Atlas: highlights from the first two years”
Launched in 2010, the Maritimes Butterfly Atlas is a 5-year citizen science project that documents butterfly occurrence in the Maritimes. The first two years of the effort has produced nearly 6,000 records. Highlights include a new species for the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia checklists, and documentation of a significant range expansion for a Gulf of St. Lawrence endemic species. Join John Klymko, Atlas director, for a 45-minute presentation to learn more about this important conservation effort.

Host: Pictou Naturalists Club
Date: March 6, 2012
Location: New Glasgow Library
Start Time: 6:30 PM
Description: “Maritimes Butterfly Atlas: highlights from the first two years”
Launched in 2010, the Maritimes Butterfly Atlas is a 5-year citizen science project that documents butterfly occurrence in the Maritimes. The first two years of the effort has produced nearly 6,000 records. Highlights include a new species for the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia checklists, and documentation of a significant range expansion for a Gulf of St. Lawrence endemic species. Join John Klymko, Atlas director, for a 45-minute presentation to learn more about this important conservation effort.

Host: Saint John Naturalists’ Club
Date: March 12, 2012
Location: Auditorium of the New Brunswick Museum at Market Square
Start Time: 7:30 PM
Description: “Maritimes Butterfly Atlas: highlights from the first two years”
Launched in 2010, the Maritimes Butterfly Atlas is a 5-year citizen science project that documents butterfly occurrence in the Maritimes. The first two years of the effort has produced nearly 6,000 records. Highlights include a new species for the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia checklists, and documentation of a significant range expansion for a Gulf of St. Lawrence endemic species. Join John Klymko, Atlas director, for a 45-minute presentation to learn more about this important conservation effort.

Host: Halifax Field Naturalists
Date: April 5, 2012
Location: Auditorium of the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History (1747 Summer St.)
Start Time: 7:30 PM
Description: “Maritimes Butterfly Atlas: highlights from the first two years”
Launched in 2010, the Maritimes Butterfly Atlas is a 5-year citizen science project that documents butterfly occurrence in the Maritimes. The first two years of the effort has produced nearly 6,000 records. Highlights include a new species for the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia checklists, and documentation of a significant range expansion for a Gulf of St. Lawrence endemic species. Join John Klymko, Atlas director, for a 45-minute presentation to learn more about this important conservation effort.

Host: Blomidon Naturalists Society
Date: 16 April 2012
Location: Auditorium in the KC Irving Environmental Centre, Acadia University
Start Time: 7:30
Description: “Maritimes Butterfly Atlas: highlights from the first two years”
Launched in 2010, the Maritimes Butterfly Atlas is a 5-year citizen science project that documents butterfly occurrence in the Maritimes. The first two years of the effort has produced nearly 6,000 records. Highlights include a new species for the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia checklists, and documentation of a significant range expansion for a Gulf of St. Lawrence endemic species. Join John Klymko, Atlas director, for a 45-minute presentation to learn more about this important conservation effort.

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