The public is invited to hear Dr. Scobie talk about his doctoral research, which examined the influence of human development on Burrowing Owl reproductive success and movement patterns. Then he will discuss his current role at the Royal Alberta Museum (RAM) and share some results of his current projects (one of which includes the extinct Passenger Pigeon) and research. Lastly, he will give a sneak peak at some of the new displays he is helping to develop for the new RAM in Edmonton.
Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
RDRN acknowledges the traditional territory of Treaty 6 of the Blackfoot, Cree, Dene, Nakota Sioux, and Saulteaux Peoples, the traditional territory of Treaty 7 of the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot), Siksika, Piikani, Kainai, Tsuut’ina, and Stoney Nakota Peoples and the Métis Nation of Alberta. We hope to serve and protect the traditional lands and waters with respect and commitment.
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