From the climate, to California Condors, to conservation canines, the 2020 Hope for the Wild Speaker Series truly has something to offer for every interest. Dr. Jerry Schnoor, Chris Parish and Dr. Megan Parker will each share their journey in how their expertise and talents have helped save wildlife and wild places. Please join Blank Park Zoo in welcoming these conservation champions.
4:00 PM Presentation
$15 for single afternoon session, $35 for series
6:30 Doors Open and Soft Beverages Available
7:00 PM Presentation
$15 for single evening session, $35 for series
For more information, please call 515-974-2523 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chris Parish – Condors, Raptors and Lead Ammunition
Thursday, March 5, 2020
4:00 PM & 7:00 PM
The Peregrine Fund’s mission is to conserve raptors, engage people and cultivate excellence. The organization has helped prevent the extinction of the California Condor, protect and conserve areas utilized by raptors, address threats facing raptor species, and inspire people to take action to change their habits, which will also help to protect raptors. Chris Parish, Director of Global Conservation for the Peregrine Fund, grew up in southern California, has served as a wildlife biologist and has been working on condor projects since 1997. Since 2000, he has been directing the condor project’s field effort for The Peregrine Fund. He comes to Blank Park Zoo’s Hope for the Wild Speaker Series with a wealth of knowledge regarding condors, raptors and lead ammunition. Join him on March 5, 2020.