In this section the Friends Of Misery Bay (FOMB) will present an ongoing series of Talks and Presentations highlighting the incredibly diverse array of "Flora" and "Fauna" to be found in Misery Bay Provincial Park
Hi All: Following along on the most informative and interesting presentation by Kat Kucas of the Toronto Zoo on Endangered Species of the Great Lakes. Friends of Misery Bay are pleased to offer another very interesting virtual presentation.
Megan Bonnenfant a member and board member of Friends of Misery Bay a biologist with over a decade of experience working in provincial and municipal government. She has at various times in her career been paid to stay up all night hanging out with bats, track Blanding’s turtles through neck-deep wetlands, paint Massasauga rattlesnakes’ rattles, and wrangle an inconceivable amount of paperwork. Megan is passionate about evidence-based decision making in local government, good food, good books, natural heritage, and sustainable living in the modern era.
Megan admits to being an incurable nerd, and is simply batty about bats. Following along on a very recent presentation on bats, Megan is adding to our knowledge and interest on bats by doing another presentation on:
"The faint sound of bats in flight on a summer evening seems to be getting quieter on Manitoulin. Bats are a crucial part of our local and global ecosystems, but most of us know very little (true facts) about them. Before that sound gets any quieter, join us for a look at the bats that might call Misery Bay home and how we can coexist a bit more harmoniously"
Join Friends of Misery Bay as they offer this virtual presentation by Webex on Jan.15, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.
All interested parties can register by messaging
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