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Trivia and Movie Night
Monday, December 5th, 6:30 pm
Come join us for trivia and a movie on December 5th in Sci 333! We will have FREE pizza and drinks, the movie Ice Age, and a wildlife themed trivia with awesome prizes for the winners! Come take a study break and put your wacky wildlife facts to good use. This event is members only so please bring your $5 membership fee if you haven't paid yet.
If you'd like to join us send an email to email@example.com and express your interet so that we can order enough pizza for everyone!
Updated: November 29th, 2022
Field Equipment Workshop
When: Saturday, October 26th
Where: Knox Mountain
Hey Wildlifers! We have an awesome workshop field day coming up on November 26th at Knox Mountain, we will have a variety of presenters coming to teach us how to use important biological tools such as radio telemetry, camera traps, GPS systems, tree cavity cams and more! Thank you to everyone who came and made this a great event! We hope you had fun and learned some useful skills, stay posted for more workshops in the future.
Trivia and Movie Night
When: Monday, December 5th @ 6:30 PM
Where: Sci 333
As the weather becomes colder and going outside becomes less fun, we invite you to join us for a fun night of wildlife trivia - complete with prizes for the winners! We will have pizza and drinks, and we'll be watching the movie Ice Age.
This event is members-only, so if you haven't paid your one-time $5 membership fee please bring cash to the event and we can add you to our members list.
If you'd like to come enjoy free food, drinks, trivia and a movie please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org saying you'd like to come so we can order enough pizza for everyone! We look forward to seeing you there.
It's officially fall, which means many of our local bird species are starting to head south for the winter! This is a crucial time for avian ecologists to learn more about bird demographics and movements. One tool for studying migrating birds is bird banding, where numbered bands are attached to birds' legs and logged into a database. If these birds are recaptured in later years, or at different sites, then researchers get a better idea of how long birds live and where they go. For our first event of the year, TWS will be heading down to the Vaseux Lake Bird Observatory to watch a demonstration of bird banding technique, and learn the importance of banding for tracking migratory birds. This event will take place on the morning of Saturday October 1st. Thank you to all of you who came out and made the day so awesome! To anyone who wasn't able to make it, we appreciate your interest, and stay tuned for more awesome events in the future!
Bird Banding Workshop @ Vaseux Lake Bird Observatory
Saturday, October 1st, All Day