Join NCC staff and special guest Aaron Bell (Research Coordinator with TRoutreach and PhD Candidate at the University of Saskatchewan) as we explore one of NCC’s newest properties. The Dundurn property consists of rolling hills made from old sand dunes, which are covered by aspen trees, shrubs, wet meadows and native grasslands. We will put our citizen science knowledge to practice! How can documenting what we see while exploring beautiful areas such as Dundurn, contribute towards conservation? We will demonstrate the use of different applications to record what we see and explain why documenting wildlife, plant, rare species and weed observations is so important for conservation planning. You will leave equipped with the tools to begin or continue your own citizen scientist journey!
Directions will be emailed to you upon registration.