Facilitating the protection and restoration of endangered species and ecological communities on BC’s South Coast

Owls of the Sea to Sky Corridor

Event Date: 
March 22, 2018 - 6:30pm

The forests, fields, streams and wetlands of the Sea-to-Sky Corridor are home to many fascinating and rare critters, including several species of owls. Join Sofi Hindmarch MSc, owl specialist, for an entertaining and interesting evening learning about local owls, those that are considered to be at-risk, and the activities underway to help protect them.

About the Speaker: Sofi Hindmarch, MSc.

Sofi is a graduate of Simon Fraser University. She has been researching Barn Owls in BC since 2006. Since then, her work has focused on land use and its effects on Barn Owls, recovery strategies, nest/roost site identification as well as diet and radio telemetry studies. She has also done research on the impacts of secondary rodenticide poisoning of raptors in BC.

ADDRESS
Squamish Library
37907 2nd Ave
V8B 0A7 Squamish , BC
Canada
British Columbia CA
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