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Science and Environment

  • 04 Jun 2024
  • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Online via Zoom
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Urban Wildlife Encounters

Melanie Whalen has had a diverse career that includes wildlife research, rehabilitation, and husbandry that spans over 25 years. Melanie has worked as a wildlife technician doing field research and wildlife rescue for both the Ontario and Newfoundland provincial governments. She has worked on a variety of field projects, including wildlife disease research, nest ecology, and large ungulate and carnivore studies. Melanie additionally worked with the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative, worked with the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative where she contributed to co-ordinating the first province-wide white-nose syndrome surveillance program nationally.  She is an advocate for wildlife conservation and mitigating human and wildlife conflicts.  In her spare time she enjoys photography and painting. 

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