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Beaches, Birds, and the Boreal Forest: Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park
Thursday, February 23, 2017
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Fish Creek Environmental Learning Centre, Shannon Terrace, Fish Creek Provincial Park (13931 Woodpath Rd SE)
Presented by Ceiridwen Robbins, Visitor Services Coordinator, Alberta Environment and Parks, Slave Lake District
Allow Ceiridwen Robbins of Alberta Parks to transport you to northwestern Alberta and explore the fascinating landscape and diversity of life in Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park – all without leaving Calgary! Learn about the beaches, birds, and boreal plants that abound in this provincial park, including some rare and unusual species.
Ceiridwen Robbins is the Visitor Services Coordinator for the Slave Lake District of Alberta Parks. She moved to Slave Lake in 2013 to begin work for Alberta Parks. Prior to that she worked on the Atlantic Coast, the Arctic Coast, and in northern Alberta with Parks Canada. She has a background in biology, law enforcement, and museum studies, all of which are inspired by her lifelong love and respect for the world around us.
Photo courtesy of Ceiridwen Robbins