VNHS Natural History Night Talk Blue-grey Taildropper Slugs and Western Painted Turtles
Tuesday 14 March 2017, 07:30pm - 09:00pm
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DSC 1095VNHS NATURAL HISTORY NIGHT

Stewardship for Local Species of Special Concern: Blue-grey Taildropper Slugs and Western Painted Turtles.

Biologists Kristiina Ovaska and Christian Engelstoft, working with Habitat Acquisition Trust (hat.bc.ca),will be sharing insights into the natural history, efforts towards conservation of, and research on two intriguing native species. Come to learn about the unexpectedly charismatic blue slug and Vancouver Island’s turtle, as well as what’s being done to better understand and protect these incredible animals in our region.”

NATURAL HISTORY NIGHT

Stewardship for Local Species of Special Concern: Blue-grey Taildropper Slugs and Western Painted

Turtles.

Biologists Kristiina Ovaska and Christian Engelstoft, working with Habitat Acquisition Trust (hat.bc.ca),

will be sharing insights into the natural history, efforts towards conservation of, and research on two

intriguing native species. Come to learn about the unexpectedly charismatic blue slug and Vancouver

Island’s turtle, as well as what’s being done to better understand and protect these incredible animals in

our region.”

Location Rm. 159 of the Fraser Building, University of Victoria
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