CPAWS-BC and Sierra Club BC showcase biodiversity in “A Wild Life in the Flathead Valley”


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CPAWS-BC and Sierra Club BC showcase biodiversity in “A Wild Life in the Flathead Valley”

On January 21st, come to TELUS World of Science to learn all about the exciting diversity of birds, bats, and bugs that live in the area. Hear about the latest research in the Flathead River Valley from Royal BC Museum’s Claudia Copley and Melissa Frey, and Sierra Club BC’s Science Advisor Colin Campbell. Flathead photographer Garth Lenz will also speak about his time in the valley.

Refreshments proudly donated by Ethical Bean Coffee Company. Snacks provided by Cupcakes on Denman.

What: Presentations on the biological diversity of British Columbia’s Flathead River Valley.

Who: Claudia Copley and Melissa Frey, Royal BC Museum
               Colin Campbell, Science Advisor, Sierra Club BC
               Garth Lenz, fellow of International League of Conservation Photographers

When: Tuesday 21 January 2014 at 7:00 p.m.

Where: Science World at TELUS World of Science, 1455 Quebec Street, Vancouver.

Why: The Flathead River Valley is one of the most biologically important places on the planet. Located next to the World Heritage Sites of Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta and Glacier National Park in Montana, it’s the missing piece in the world’s first International Peace Park.

For more information please contact Kyle Empringham: kyle@cpawsbc.org (604-685-7445, x28).