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Conservation Connections

April 25, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Join Pauline Bloom and Howie Singer as they discuss the importance of wildlife management and how sustainable harvesting plays a crucial role in wildlife population control. Tune in as they will discuss their personal experiences outdoors and how this shaped their careers and pursuits in the natural world.

Graphic that says Earth Week with a headshot of the presenter.

Please Note

This program is held virtually – a link to a Zoom video conference will be sent by email on the day of the event. A Zoom account is not necessary to watch and listen to the program, however virtual access to the program in the form of an internet-connected smartphone or computer is required.



Registration required.

About the Presenters

Pauline Bloom is a Regional Wildlife Manager with the Manitoba Government. Her passion for nature and the environment began as a young girl living on the Niagara Escarpment in southern Ontario and her passion for wildlife management and harvest developed in her adult life as she learned firsthand about the connections between hunting and conservation.

Howie Singer is a research biologist and has focused his career around waterfowl conservation work while working for universities, collaborating with US state agencies, and working with the non-profit sector. His outdoor roots come from camping in the Sierra-Nevada mountains as a kid and eventually led to a deep passion for all-things outdoors which he has explored in Alaska, Michigan, Nunavut, and Manitoba just to name a few.