11/7/2014 3:33:39 PM
Tundra Connections Week 3 (Nov. 8-Nov. 15)
It's the third and final week of our Tundra Connections webcasts and we are going out with a bang! This week we are taking a global perspective on polar bear conservation and connecting ecosystems around the world.
To take part in Tundra Connections, check out the topics below and choose one or more (we want you to participate in all of them!). Then register* and WATCH HERE at the dates and times below. Questions? Check out our FAQ.
Get your questions ready and meet us on the tundra!
Tundra Connections Webcasts
Connecting Ecosystems Around the World- VIEW HERE
Tuesday, November 11, 10 a.m. Central Time. Explore the interconnectedness of the Arctic, how this compares to other ecosystems, and how one small change in the web can have serious consequences. Teacher resources.
Marine Mammal Conservation and Education- VIEW HERE
Tuesday, November 11, 12:30 p.m. Central Time. Join our panel to discuss the role zoos play in conservation.
The Polar Bear—Canada's Icon - VIEW HERE
Wednesday, November 12, 1 p.m. Central Time. Canada is home to two-thirds of the world's polar bears. How do Canadians view polar bears, and what are we doing about their situation?
For One, for All - Conserving Polar Bears Helps People - VIEW HERE
Saturday, November 8, 12 p.m. Central Time. Why do we talk about conserving polar bears so much when there are other species closer to extinction? Join Alysa McCall to discuss how actions we take to preserve sea ice and polar bears are actions that help every creature on this planet, even you!
Stressed Out Polar Bears - VIEW HERE
Sunday, November 9, 1 p.m. Central Time. Do you get stressed when you're hungry? How about when you're uncomfortable and can't predict your next meal? Well polar bears feel stressed too! How do we know? Join Alysa McCall to talk about how we measure stress in animals and why this is important to know.
Want to know what the rest of the season looks like? Check out the complete schedule for our live chats and Tundra Connections webcasts.
*We encourage registration for the Tundra Connections webcasts so we can send a reminder and know who is joining us. The live chats are shorter and more casual and don't require registration.