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Update: 35 Stories in Celebration of RTPI’s 35th Anniversary

Posted by on May 30, 2019

Update: 35 Stories in Celebration of RTPI’s 35th Anniversary

Can you believe that it’s June already? 2019 – the year in which RTPI is celebrating its 35th Anniversary – is almost halfway over. And while we’ve already written many chapters in the story of this milestone year, we still have many more to compose!   As you may recall, one way that we are celebrating RTPI’s 35th Anniversary is by sharing “35 Stories”; a collection of ideas, memories, experiences, and more, that make our journey together special. We thought that this would be a good time to provide an update on this initiative! So here goes! The following links showcase some of the...

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An introduction to Chautauqua Lake’s Aquatic Invasive Plants

Posted by on May 14, 2019

An introduction to Chautauqua Lake’s Aquatic Invasive Plants

Many aquatic plants exist within Chautauqua Lake; its nutrient-rich sediments provide a fertile growing bed for vegetation. Some of these plants are native to our area and provide critical ecological and environmental benefits, while others were introduced from distant locales and have been wreaking havoc on the ecological function, recreational and economic value of Chautauqua Lake. Surprisingly, some of the most prevalent invasives have been with us for decades already, while a steady stream of nearby or newly arriving species poses additional challenges to the future health of the lake....

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What Are These “Weeds”?

Posted by on May 14, 2019

What Are These “Weeds”?

Many aquatic plants exist within Chautauqua Lake; its nutrient-rich sediments provide a fertile growing bed for vegetation. Some of these plants are native to our area and provide critical ecological and environmental benefits, while others were introduced from distant locales and have been negatively impacting the ecological function, recreational and economic value of Chautauqua Lake.  Surprisingly, some of the most prevalent invasives have been with us for decades already, while a steady stream of nearby or newly arriving species poses additional challenges to the future health of the...

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UB Art Galleries and Buffalo Museum of Science collaborate to showcase Alberto Rey’s ‘Extinct Birds Project’.

Posted by on May 1, 2019

UB Art Galleries and Buffalo Museum of Science collaborate to showcase Alberto Rey’s ‘Extinct Birds Project’.

March 24, 2019– UB Art Galleries and Buffalo Museum of Science are pleased to present Alberto Rey: Lost Beauty I and II, a two-part exhibition featuring new work by artist Alberto Rey. Alberto Rey: Lost Beauty I will be on view from June 8—August 18, 2019 at UB Anderson Gallery, with an opening reception, gallery talk & book signing on June 8 from 6-8pm. This exhibition will showcase Rey’s The Extinct Birds Project, including paintings and ceramics by Alberto Rey as well as extinct bird specimens, videos and audio recordings from the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural...

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RTPI hiring for ‘Project Wild America Youth Ambassadors’ summer program

Posted by on Mar 28, 2019

RTPI hiring for ‘Project Wild America Youth Ambassadors’ summer program

The Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History (RTPI) is currently hiring area high school and college students to work alongside its conservation staff this summer for the fifth annual Project Wild America Youth Ambassadors (PWA) Program in Jamestown. Building on the successes from the past four years, students enrolled in RTPI’s PWA program will immerse themselves in Jamestown’s ‘urban ecosystem’. These students will investigate, monitor and improve habitat for threatened species in the area and raise public awareness about our important natural resources, environmental challenges...

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