PFN Monthly Meeting: Keeping Kawartha Wild
February 10 @ 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
In this presentation, Prof. Thom Luloff will highlight current work being done at Kawartha Wildlife Centre, and other groups to help wildlife in need in Peterborough and the Kawarthas. The Kawartha Wildlife Centre is Ontario’s newest wildlife rehabilitation center, and despite many challenges over the last couple of years, has grown and developed since 2017 to intake over 700 patients this year alone! Find out about the types of animals that received care, some interesting patient stories, challenges, and opportunities, and most importantly, learn how we can promote healthy wildlife coexistence with our feathered, furred, and scaled neighbors!
Thom is a Professor of Conservation Biology at Fleming College, having completed his degrees in medical science from the University of Western Ontario. He is the Chair of the Board for Kawartha Wildlife Centre using his background in natural history to help this new wildlife rehabilitation organization implement ecologically sound practices that best serve Ontario’s native species.