Locating Bird Nests in the Urban Environment

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  • 1 December 2022 - 31 May 2023
    12:00 pm

This webinar is developed and hosted by the Ontario Professional Foresters Association and the Canadian Institute of Forestry!

NOTE: This webinar took place on March 3, 2022 at 12pm (noon), however if you are still interested in listening to the recording and taking an internet-based test in order to obtain a certificate, please register. Upon registration, you will receive the link to the webinar recording.

Locating Bird Nests in the Urban Environment

Many municipalities require bird nests to be protected during work within their jurisdiction. This webinar will introduce you to locating birds’ nests in the urban environment so that the nests can be documented and afforded appropriate protection. The information from this webinar will help you make your community more bird friendly.

Who should attend: Anyone who provides outdoor urban environment services where development may destroy breeding bird nests.

When: March 3, 2022 – 12pm (noon) to 2 pm (ET) – hosted virtually

Cost: $25 per participant

To obtain a certificate that will demonstrate your understanding of the material covered, participants will be invited to complete and pass an internet-based test.

Speaker: Kandyd Szuba, PhD. R.P.F. (ret.)

Kandyd has a long association with teaching, policy development, and working with forest workers in Ontario to recognize and enhance the positive impacts forest operations can have on the natural environment, and to help to prevent or minimize negative impacts. She has been recognised in Maclean’s magazine annual review of Canadian universities as a top teacher. Kandyd will help you to see your outdoor working environment in a new way – as habitat for birds.