Trevor Horvatin, Wildlife Technician, MNRF, Kemptville District Office, will be discussing attractants, sharing some statistics on black bear encounters, sharing ideas on how to co-exist with these creatures and most importantly, helping us understand what to do if we encounter a black bear. Admission is free. If you missed the session here are some of the takeaways summarized by Cathy Kari.
Learn more about the inseparable connection between lakes and upland areas, and learn about how lake health is impacted by EVERYTHING that lies beyond the shoreline. Thousands of small changes around lakes add up to make big changes! Held at the Perth Civitan Club. Fee of $20 includes lunch. Some of the presentations have now been posted on the Watersheds Canada site.