|Amphibian and Egg Mass Identification - Lunch in the Wetlands Webinar
Amphibian and Egg Mass Identification - Lunch in the Wetlands Webinar
Presented by: Kendall McLaughlin
When: February 22nd, 2024| 11:30am - 12:30pm PST
Where: Hosted Virtually on Zoom
Cost: NO CHARGE!
The B.C. Wildlife Federation's Conservation Stewardship Department presents Lunch in the Wetlands, a series of online webinars hosted by BCWF staff members open to the public.
Kendall's presentation will focusing on identifying characteristics of all 22 amphibians, including their eggmasses, found in BC.
Kendall McLaughlin has been part of the BCWF team since 2020 as a field technician for the wetlands workforce. Kendall is passionate about restoration, biodiversity, wetlands, and amphibians. They first found their love for wetland creatures when they volunteered for the Stanley Park Ecology Society back in 2018 to assist with their monthly terrestrial amphibian surveys. Since then, Kendall finds any opportunity to dive deeper to learn more about BC amphibians. With the BCWF, they have monitored amphibians and egg masses along the Coast, Thompson-Nicola and Okanagan regions. They aspire to become a frog and salamander expert one day.
This workshop is best experienced using a desktop or laptop computer. A stable internet connection is strongly recommended.
For more information, you may contact
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BC Wildlife Federation
101 - 9706 188 Street
Surrey, BC V4N 3M2