Conservation Lecture Series

EVENING LECTURE SERIES
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2020 Save the Dates

Reservations will open up in mid-December

From the prairies of Big Cypress National Preserve to the rainforests of Madagascar, Naples Zoo and its staff engage in long-term efforts to conserve rare plants and animals. To better connect zoo members and visitors with these projects, the zoo welcomes researchers, directors, and biologists to present their work at the Conservation Lecture Series offered in the evenings during the winter months. Along with seeing a formal presentation in the Safari Canyon theater, guests mingle with these experts and ask questions to better understand the complexities of conservation and how each of us can contribute to making our world a better place for wildlife and people. 

Jan 16, 2020    Protecting Migratory Elephants
                            with Dr Charles Foley, Director, Tarangire Elephant Project

Feb 13, 2020    Planting Trees, Changing Lives

                            with John Leary, Executive Director, Trees for the Future 

Mar 5, 2020       Tigers

                             with Dr. Luke Hunter, Executive Director
                             Big Cats Program at the Wildlife Conservation Society

Apr 23, 2020      Rescuing Critically Endangered Giraffe from Poachers
                              with wildlife veterinarian Dr. Sara Ferguson
                              Uganda Conservation Coordinator for Giraffe Conservation Foundation

May TBD            Lions and Living Walls: Protecting Communities and Predators
                              with Dr Laly Lichtenfeld,Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
                              African People and Wildlife
 


Many thanks to SOME OF OUR RECENT inspirational speakers:
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