Field Fun Friday

 

 

Boutin lab members, Sean Konkolics and Mike Peers, lead Edmonton families for a wildlife snow-tracking workshop hosted by Nature Alberta’s: Nature Kids program. The group spent a few hours in Strathcona Science Park looking at different wildlife tracks including coyote, fox, red squirrel, and snowshoe hare. Even though it was a chilly -16C, this was a great opportunity for kids from the city to learn about animal tracks, while getting outside in the winter!¬†

Mike shows the families a spot where a coyote killed a snowshoe hare.The City of Edmonton in the distance.

Special thanks to Nature Kids coordinators Alyssa Bohart and Emily Dong.

Photo credit: Alyssa Bohart

 

 

 

 

 

Workshop: Project Management

Looking to hone your project management skills such as leadership, planning, and scheduling? Mitacs Step is hosting a workshop (and its free for graduates and post doctoral fellows!) on July 9th and 10th 2014.

Check out the workshop details:

http://step.mitacs.ca/workshop/2014/07/foundations-project-management-i-edmonton-july-9-10-2014