VANCOUVER: Friday, Nov. 23 - UBC Ancient Forest Slideshow
Ancient Forest Alliance, November 19, 2012
Echo Lake east of Vancouver
Photo by TJ Watt
Home to perhaps the largest concentration of bald eagles on Earth, where thousands of eagles come each fall to eat spawning salmon in the Harrison and Chehalis Rivers and hundreds roost in the old-growth trees at night around Echo Lake.
When: Friday November 23, 3:30pm
Where: UBC Forest Sciences Centre, Room 1221 (at the corner of Main Mall and Agronomy Rd)
Join the UBC Ancient Forest Committee and Ken Wu of the Ancient Forest Alliance for a spectacular slideshow on the ecology, wildlife, biggest trees, and politics surrounding BC's old-growth forests including at Echo Lake east of Vancouver, and the Upper Walbran Valley, Avatar Grove, Mossy Maple Grove (Fangorn Forest), and Clayoquot Sound on Vancouver Island.
Find out how YOU can help to ensure the protection of our ancient forests and a sustainable second-growth forest industry.
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