Powerpoint Presentations for Schools and Community Groups
These presentations are adapted for the audience and can be from 20 minutes to an hour long .
Presentations can be given at the CEI in the CEI Interpretive centre or the CEI will travel to the school, corporation, or community group’s chosen venue. Please contact CEI by e-mail for Cost, times and bookings.
- Swift fox, Vulpes velox, reintroduction, Canada and USA: History of swift fox extirpation and reintroduction in North America.
- Voices of extinction, the impact of conquest on North America’s biodiversity.
- Reintroductions, working with the First Nations: Different paradigms and different realities.
- Captive breeding as a tool for reintroduction: Importance of behavioural research, animal husbandry techniques and management implications for post release survival.
- Nocturnal Birds of Prey: (probably will have a live owl for this one).
- Are their owls in my garden? (k- 6).
- Diurnal Birds of Prey: (red tail hawk for demonstration) K-12.
- Radio Telemetry, tracking, observation, data collection & management (GIS/GPS) Skills for the Field.
- Politics of ecosystem restoration: Jurisdictions, management, permitting; how legal mechanisms can be employed to enhance, prevent, or inhibit ecosystem restoration.
- Amphibians…are they vanishing? (K -12).
- Reptiles…love us, don’t hate us (K-12).
- Richardson’s ground squirrel…Canada’s prairie tent peg can we afford to loose it? (K -12).
- Release and rehabilitation of bears: For the welfare of Conservation or for the Conservation of welfare?
- WHALEFORCE: Cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises).
- Ins and Outs of Wildlife Rehabilitation: what is needed? Does it work? Who benefits most, rehabilitators or animals?
- De Cho the gentle Giant ..a story of the Mackenzie River (K-12).
- Animals of the soul, myth in the landscape and its association with wildlife and our ecosystem.
- Badgers, the backhoe of the prairie ecosystem (K – 12).
- A world wide unity of art…prehistory marked on rock.
Please Contact us to arrange a time and location for your presentation.