July 08, 2010

NB Museum (Saint John) hosts Waterscapes display - 1 Jun to 6 Sep

Yours to Enjoy, Explore and Protect
From June 1 to september 6, 2010

Explore some of Canada’s beautiful waterscapes in this fun, new exhibition. Discover the amazing diversity of life that depends on our aquatic ecosystems. You can follow an imaginary Whooping Crane’s ‘diary’, listen to frog calls, and even create your own ocean sounds! From the Great Lakes to our seashores, we are a nation connected by water.

Visit Canada’s Waterscapes and find out how you can help protect our most precious resource. Located at the NB Museum, 1 Market Square, Saint John NB.

Also associated with the exhibit is the RBC National Lecture Series (at NB Museum as well):
- 15 July, 7pm: Dr. Kelly Munkittrick - New Brunswick Waterscapes: A Rich but Threatened Resource.
- 12 August, 7pm: Dr. Karen Kidd - Why Small Amounts of Pollution Can Cause Big Problems for Fish in Canada.
- 26 August, 7pm: Dr. Donald McAlpine - Frogwater: parasites, deformed frogs, and other bizarre stuff that swims in the water you might drink.

Exhibition produced by Canada Museum of Nature.
With support from Canadian Geographic.
Presented nationally in partnership with Parks Canada, NSERC, the Canadian Water Network, and the RBC Blue Water Project.
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