Bats in Montreal’s Parks
with Antonin St-Jean
How do you observe bats?
Why do they matter and what is threatening these small mammals?
Biologist Antonin St-Jean, an expert on the subject, will share the results of a study on bat populations in nature parks.
The lecture will be followed by outdoor observation.
Antonin St-Jean has worked for 8 years as a biologist with the conservation service at Mount Royal Park. In 2015, as a biology intern at UQAM, he carried out a comparative inventory of bat populations in nature parks.
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Saturday, June 2, 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Parcours Gouin, Welcoming Pavilion
10905 Basile Routhier, Montreal
This activity at the Parcours Gouin is presented by Science pour Tous, as part of the 24 hours of Science and Beyond and Eureka! All Year, in collaboration with GUEPE, with the support of L'Ile du Savoir and the Ministry of the Economy, Science and Innovation.