Biology 318 Field TripPosted on: May 6, 2016
Biology 318 Field Trip
Students from Biological and Environmental Sciences are leaving for their Biology 318 field course this morning. They start off in the south at Brooks for a couple of days. This is followed by a trip west to the Rockies and a stay at the Saskatchewan River Crossing. They head up north to Jasper for refreshments and supplies and will be there for a day. They then head out east to Hinton for a few days before their trip to Lesser Slave Lake. From Lesser Slave Lake, the original plan was to go to Fort McMurray but due to the wild forest fires burning there, they will instead go to Skeleton Lake before heading back home to CUE.
Devin Hughes and Dr. Mariola Janowicz are taking over 20 students on this exciting, memorable and educative BIO 318 field excursion through southern, central and northern Alberta.