Calendar of Events, Workshops & QUBS Outreach
Many of our Outreach activities, including Eco-Adventure Camp for 10-14 year olds, occur at our Elbow Lake Environmental Education Centre. Situated at the end of Hewlett-Packard Road off North Shore Road, the Centre is on the shores of pristine Elbow Lake embedded within 400 hectares of rugged terrain and varied wetlands and forests.
Activities like our Open House, weekly spring and summer seminar series, and many workshops occur at our main research and teaching facility on the shores of Lake Opinicon, directions for which may be found on our Contact Page.
Outreach Contact Information
- E-mail our outreach coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
- Join our Facebook Group (Queen's University Biological Station: Public Outreach)
Celebration of the Life of Turid Forsyth
On Saturday, Aug. 16, the Queen’s University Biological Station will be hosting a special celebration from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. to remember our mutual friend Turid and acknowledge her generous land donation to QUBS. It will be an opportunity for everyone to share their memories of Turid. Please pass the word to friends and neighbours who might like to attend. More details will follow soon.
Fabulous Fall Fungi Workshop 2014 with Richard Aaron.
Further details on the Fabulous Fall Fungi workshops and how to register provided | here |
Run from July 2nd to August 22nd, the camp for young people aged 10-14 focuses on exploring nature and the environment, as well as outdoor activities like hiking and canoeing. It is held at our Elbow Lake Environmental Education facility. For more information visit the Eco-Adventure web site.
Held in the Conference Room in the R.J. Robertson Biodiversity Centre each Wednesday at 7:00 pm. All are welcome! We are just beginning to assemble the roster.
|Date||Speaker and Talk Title|
|30 April||Steve Lougheed (Queen's) A travelogue of Australia: Biodiversity in northern Queensland, the Northern Territory and the Sapphire Coast.|
|7 May||Gabriel Blouin-Demers (Ottawa) Solving an evolutionary puzzle: the maintenance of within population polymorphism.|
|14 May||Chris Eckert (Queen's) Why range limits? Ecology, evolution and conservation.|
|21 May||Beth MacDougall-Shackleton (University of Western Ontario) Birdsong: a window to the past, present and future.|
|28 May||Laurene Ratcliffe (Queen's University) Annual variation in American Redstart plumage ornaments is predicted by the weather.|
|4 June||Scott Colborne (Western University) Foraging ecology, sexual selection, and speciation in the sunfish of eastern Ontario.|
|11 June||Julie Claussen (Illinois Natural History Survey) Can social media make you a better scientist?|
|18 June||Steve Lougheed (Queen's) Internationalization at QUBS. Deepening Connections to China and the Yangtze River.|
|25 June||Dave Philipp (Illinois Natural History Survey) Short-term and long-term impacts of angling on bass.|
|2 July||Bruce P. Smith and Kit E. Muma (Biology Dept., Ithaca College) Kiwis and Kokakos: Wildlife Conservation in New Zealand|
|9 July||Mike Runtz (Carleton University) Nature of Algonquin|
|16 July||Becky Taylor (Queen's University) The seabirds of Ascension Island and the evolution of seasonal populations of the band-rumped storm-petrel (Oceanodroma castro)|
|23 July||Adrien Djomo (Queen's University). Africa's contribution to the Earth's sustainability: A case study of Cameroon.|
|30 July||Marv Gunderman (McMaster). Insects of the cloud forests of Honduras.|
|6 August||Neal Scott (Geography, Queen's University) Watching forests grow – changes in the future and legacies of the past.|
To be held Sunday June 22nd noon-3:00 pm 2014. We will have displays of ongoing research projects, local diversity and conservation initiatives. Tours of the facilities and habitats. Light refreshments served. All welcome!