What's that noise? Who's out there? So much biodiversity comes alive at night: Coyotes howl, beavers slap their tails against the water, owls hoot, frogs call, moths flock to porch lights, and loons yodel to each other across the lake. Join us to learn more about Ontario’s most recognizable nocturnal animals.
This program is targeted for Grades 5-12 but all ages are welcome.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event.
This is a free program offered by the Queen's University Biological Station. We are always happy to accept donations to support environmental education initiatives and enhance our education and outreach programs. Visit here to donate.
For inquires, please contact Emily Verhoek at firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal information (name, email address, city) is collected during registration under the authority of the Queen’s University Royal Charter, 1841, as amended, and will be used for educational, administrative and statistical purposes.
Questions regarding the collection or use of this personal information should be directed to the Outreach & Teaching Coordinator, email@example.com,