Conservation Lecture Series
Join us in the evening to learn more about species conservation efforts in the field! Free conservation talks are held at the zoo every 2nd Wednesday of the month, Nov.-March, at 7 p.m. (exception: January lecture is on the 15th). These talks are free and open to the public. Enter through the main zoo gates. A reception with refreshments is held a half hour before the lecture begins.
2013-2014 Conservation Calendar
- September 29: – International Red Panda Day (Free Day)
- November 13: – The Birds & the Beans: Coffee and Conservation in Jamaica, Kenya, and India. (Matt Johnson, Humboldt State University)
- December 11: – Bringing Eagles Home: 35 years of effort to restore Bald eagles to the Channel Islands. (Dave Garcelon, Institute for Wildlife Studies)
- January 15: - Eagles In Your Home: Connecting with Wildlife Through Remote Cameras (Sandra Hunt-von Arb, Pacific Northwestern Biological Resources Consultants, and Jim Spickler, Eco-Ascension Research and Consulting)
- February 12: – Zoos and the Restoration of Iconic Pacific Northwest Species: From California Condors to Oregon Spotted Frogs. (David Sheperdson, Oregon Zoo)
- March 12: - When the Fuel Hits the Feathers: Oiled Wildlife Rescue in California and on the North Coast. (Tamar Danufsky, HSU Museum and Oiled Wildlife Care Network)
To read the full press release about our free conservation lecture series click here.