Events from 2009
- May 6 - QUBS Seminar. Dr. Patrick Weatherhead (University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana) Title: Linking snake behaviour to avian nest predation
- May 13 QUBS Seminar. Dr. Steve Lougheed (Department of Biology, Queen’s University) Title: Putting QUBS on the map: Enhancing electronic resources and research opportunities.
- May 16 Life Down Under Workshop - a day with Dale Kristensen looking at the creatures not readily seen. Poster with details |
- May 20 QUBS Seminar. Dr. Fran Bonier (Department of Biology, Queen’s University) Title: Field endocrine studies of tree swallows. What do hormone levels tell us about individual fitness?
- May 23 Field Trip to QUBS, part of Queen's Mini-U.
- May 27 QUBS Seminar.Dr. Vicki Friesen (Department of Biology, Queen’s University) Title: A Bird in the Bush Administration: marbled murrelet conservation genetics?
- June 3 QUBS Seminar. Dr. Sara Calhim (Department of Biology, Queen’s University) Title: My what a piece of work are testes.
- June 10 QUBS Seminar. Jeremy Holden (Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters) Title: Role of NGO Biologists in Fisheries Management.
- July 5 QUBS Open House Sunday The Open House was held from 12 PM til 3 PM. This family event is a great opportunity to learn about wildlife in the area and see what the scientists at QUBS are up to. There will be displays, demonstrations, presentations and tours. Researchers will be on hand to anwser any questions. Snacks and Refreshments were provided.
- June 13 Keast Fest. An informal celebration of the life of Dr. J Allen Keast at QUBS. For further information click |
here |. To confirm attendance please contact either Frank Phelan or Denise Cameron
- July 8 QUBS Seminar. Dr. Bruce Tufts (Department of Biology, Queen’s University) Title: A Physiologist's Perspective of the Amazon
- July 15 QUBS Seminar. Michael Runtz (Carleton University) Title: Killers, lovers, con artists and sex surrogates - the lives of local insects.
- July 18 - "WaspWatcher" demo and recruiting at QUBS lodge. A new organization called "WaspWatcher" will be at QUBS to talk about and to show participants a fascinating native species of "digger wasp" named Cerceris fumipennis that collects adult wood boring beetles (Buprestidae) to use as hosts for its larvae. Apart from being attractive and fascinating (and not stinging humans), these wasps have been shown to be very useful in monitoring for Emerald Ash Borer. Come and learn about them, sign up, get your official "kit", and join the exciting and potentially very valuable search and monitor program. For more details email Floyd Connor at email@example.com .
- July 29 QUBS Seminar. Kyle Harris (MNR - Kingston) Title: Bear Wise Program (and other large animal concerns).
- August 5 QUBS Seminar. Steve Kerr (OMNR Peterborough) Title: A look down under: Fish and Fisheries issues.
- August 11 QUBS Seminar.Dr. Heather Proctor (University of Alberta) Title: Birds as habitat: the ecology and diversity of avian mites (Arachnida:Acari).
- August 19 QUBS Seminar. Dave Copplestone or Francine MacDonald (OFAH) Title: Invasive species and the Invasive Species Program
- August 26 QUBS Seminar. Simon Lunn (photographer/naturalist) Title: Biodiversity of the Rideau.
- September 29 - Oct 2 -Fabulous Fall Fungi - a 2.5 day workshop with Richard Aaron. More details on activities & application process |