Rain, shine, snow, or blustering wind, The Riverwood Conservancy is always reliable. The fine folks over at Riverwood make sure to organise incredible events all year round, no matter the weather.

And such is the case in the coming months. The next big event taking place is called Lake Erie: What Do The Birds Tell Us. This event is an exploration of the iconic Lake Erie and what the future of the lake may be, environmentally speaking. It’s a fascinating topic and here is the official description, as per the website:

“We hear most about the influence of recent changes in Lake Erie on humans, especially harmful algal blooms and safe drinking water, but it is also important to keep in mind the many complex ecological processes negatively impacting Great Lakes water birds and other wildlife.”

The speaker for the Lake Erie presentation is Doug Tozer, a doctor of philosophy who works for Bird Studies Canada. Tozer will explore the well-documented deterioration of the water in Lake Erie. As the name of the event suggests, Tozer will try to decipher the problems of the lake, by examining the birds that live nearby. It guarantees to be an interesting presentation.

To take part in the event, which is completely free, you can register here on the website. Even though the event is free, you can donate some money to Riverwood on the link, to ensure the organisation can continue to host such events.

Lake Erie: What Do The Birds Tell Us takes place at Riverwood’s Chappell House on Tuesday November 27th, form 7:00 PM until 8:30 PM.