Nature Education Event
Reptiles and Amphibians
The Ontario Nature Reptile and Amphibian Atlas App
Saturday, May 28 2016 @ 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Cold Creek Conservation Area
(On Concession 11 between King Road and the 16th Sideroad, Nobleton)
Visitors Center Building
Join the Nashville Conservation Reserve Stewardship Committee for our first Nature Education event. Our guest speaker is expert Emma Horrigan of Ontario Nature who will introduce us to the Reptile and Amphibian Atlas and how we can use it to identify and record reptiles and amphibians in the Nashville Conservation Reserve.
Appropriate for ages 14+
Emma Horrigan – Citizen Science Coordinator
Emma joined theOntario Nature team in winter 2015. Having completed a B.A. in forest conservation and M.Sc. in biology she has been involved in a several citizen science initiatives across the province, including projects focused on turtle road mortality and agricultural pests. Besides her passion for ecology, Emma enjoys cross-country skiing, birding and hiking with her dog Mia.
Sponsored by the Nashville Conservation Reserve