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June 29 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Join GBB staff and Chevaun Toulouse to identify and record amphibians like frogs and salamanders! Become a community scientist by learning how to identify amphibians in their larval stages and sharing what you find. Ages 10+
Chevaun Toulouse is a full-time Conservation Biology and Indigenous Environmental Science student at Trent University from Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation. She is Ginoozhe nindoodem (Pike clan). She has worked in the environmental conservation field for many years as a species at risk technician for the Toronto Zoo, Magnetawan First Nation, Sagamok First Nation, MNRF and the Ontario Forest science center. Recently she was a researcher for the documentary Great Lakes Untamed, highlighting our great lakes, and the challenges they face through film. Chevaun is also a contributor for the Magnetawan First Nation Anishinaabemowin colouring book featuring species at risk reptiles.
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