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January 8, 2016

2016 Speaker Series at Living Prairie Museum

Released: 11:38 a.m.

Winnipeg, MB – The City of Winnipeg’s Living Prairie Museum will be featuring a 2016 Speaker Series beginning January 19, 2016. A wide range of speakers will be sharing their fascinating research from habitats within Manitoba.

Admission is free, however donations are gladly accepted. Visit the Living Prairie Museum website for more details and topic summaries. Space is limited, so please call 204-832-0167 in advance to save your seats.

SCHEDULE

January 19
Dr. Craig Willis, University of Winnipeg: Understanding and protecting Canada's endangered bats.

February 2
Dr. Jeffrey Marcus, University of Manitoba: Building a better "barcode of life" at the Living Prairie Museum.

February 16
Dr. James Hare, University of Manitoba: With a little help from their friends: Reliable information in Richardson’s ground squirrel alarm calls.

March 1
Karla Zubryki and Dr. Richard Grosshans, IISD: The not so common cattail: How this wetland plant is being used for bioenergy in Manitoba.

March 15
Dr. Nicola Koper, Natural Resources Institute: If we build it, will they come? Conservation of grassland birds and their habitats.

Find the Living Prairie Museum on Facebook or Twitter @livingprairie for more event postings!

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