Polar Bears, Wolves, Birds…and Rhinos?
April 10 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Speaker: Maggie Sims
Free – no registration required
Maggie and Dave Sims recently returned from a trip to the coast of Hudson Bay where they hoped to walk with polar bears, find other northern critters and, just possibly, see the Northern Lights. It turned out to be a very successful trip with sightings of all the aforementioned plus other interesting aspects of life in the northern spaces of our country, hundreds of miles from any other humans. This remote environment has remained essentially unchanged for thousands of years and provides a glimpse into life in the raw.
And as for those Rhinos…well, you’ll have to attend the presentation to find out the answer to that puzzle!
Many of you know Maggie Sims as our Past President and some of you may have attended her previous presentations on Uganda, Madagascar, and Patagonia. Maggie and Dave are inveterate travellers, having visited many countries and all 7 continents. On each trip they enjoy learning as much as possible about the local history, culture and natural environment. They are long-time members of the Durrell Trust which strives to save the most threatened species in the most threatened places around the world.
Please join us before the meeting at 7:00 p.m. for social time.
In-person location: The First Unitarian Church of Hamilton, 170 Dundurn St. S. Hamilton, ON
Zoom Webinar link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/