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Learning to co-exist with wildlife, promote a fur-free Canada, understanding the latest science on animals, and more, are all subjects that will be discussed throughout our webinars! Below please find upcoming webinars, and a list of past webinars (most will be viewable by purchasing video access).
In acknowledgement of World Lab Animal Awareness Day (April 24), join us for a webinar with Dr. Elisabeth Ormandy, co-founder and Executive Director of the Animals in Science Policy Institute: a registered charity dedicated to building an ethical culture of science without animals. Elisabeth is a university-level educator with a decade of experience in international animal welfare policy and the ethics of animal research. It is scheduled for Monday, April 24, 2017 at 9 pm Eastern/6 pm Pacific. Click here to register now!
Adrian Nelson of The Fur-Bearers, and Norine Ambrose from Cows and Fish will co-host this engaging webinar that will focus on the “whys” and “wheres” of implementing beaver flow devices. Managers and supervisors from a range of backgrounds will learn to better understand the applicability of these devices, as well as analyze sites requiring beaver management, and address which type of flow devices are most appropriate. It is scheduled for April 6, 2017, at 3:30 pm EDT / 1:30 MDT / 12:30 PDT. Click here to register now!
Living With Wildlife in Our Backyards, presented by Adrian Nelson, Director of Communications and Wildlife Conflict Manager, The Fur-Bearers. This webinar aired on March 2, 2017 at 2 pm Eastern/11 am Pacific. A recording of this webinar is available by a small donation. Click here to watch!
Wild Media: Sensationalism, critical thinking, and modern media was presented by Michael Howie, Director of Digital Content at The Fur-Bearers on February 2, 2017. A recording of this webinar is available to access by a small donation. Please click here to register now.