The second-in-a-row virtual Symposium attracted 713 registered participants and offered an entertaining and informative program:
- Nicolas Roulx: Expedition AKOR “Crossing Canada: Beyond Geographical Exploration”
- Patrick Moldowan: “Wilderness as a living laboratory: Over 75-years of wildlife science at the Algonquin Wildlife Research Station”
- Jon Turk: “Tracking Lions, Myth, and Wilderness in Samburu”
- Wilderness Music by Jerry Vandiver and Caitlin Evanson
- Canadian Canoe Museum update by Jeremy Ward and Carolyn Hyslop
- Breakout Sessions: “Gear Heads”, “Let’s Talk Trips”, “Tripping with Young Kids” and “The Cooler Room”
Online recordings of most sessions are available at WCS Digital Archives on www.wcsymposium.com website.
Our team of volunteers are hoping to host the 38th WCS in-person at York University on 24-25 February, 2023. Please forward your programing suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.