“Dragonflies and Damselflies of New Brunswick”
Date: Oct 20, 2020
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Mapleton Rotary Park Lodge (across from where Cabela’s used to be)
Speaker: John Klymko
Dragonflies and damselflies, collectively known as the Odonata, are a group of insects that have long fascinated naturalists. Here in New Brunswick, we're lucky to have a relatively rich Odonata fauna, with 139 species recorded; only Ontario and Quebec have more! Join John Klymko, zoologist at the Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre, for an introduction to the natural history, diversity, and conservation status of our Odonata.
Please take note that some restrictions apply due to Covid-19:
We are limited to 24 people in the Mapleton Rotary building. If you plan on attending the meeting in person, please register with Louise Nichols at email@example.com
All participants must wear non-medical face masks
All participants must answer some screening questions and use the hand sanitizer upon entering the building.
We are hoping to broadcast the meeting live on ZOOM for those wishing to participate from home, and a recording of the meeting will be available afterward.
Instructions on how to connect to the broadcast will be posted closer to the meeting date.