Conservation Lectures at Sequoia Park Zoo
2021-2022 Virtual Conservation Lecture Series
The 2021-2022 Conservation Lecture Series will happen virtually using the free Zoom app. Join us on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:45pm for Zoo updates and information. The lecture will begin at 7pm. Attendees can ask questions to each speaker using the chat feature. Check back for a Zoom link to the lecture closer to the date. The link will also be posted on our social media.
November 17, 2021 Alicia Hamann, Executive Director, Friends of the Eel River: “Returning Eel River Salmon and Steelhead to the Headwaters”
December 15, 2021 Lenya Quinn-Davidson, Area Fire Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension: “Burning From the Bottom Up: Restoring California’s Fire Connection
January 19, 2022 Ken Ramirez, Executive Vice-President and Chief Training Officer, Karen Pryor Clicker Training: “Conservation Connection: Using Animal Training to Save Wildlife“
February 16, 2022 Dr. Ho Yi Wan, Spatial Ecologist, HSU Dept of Wildlife: “We Are All Connected: Understanding the Importance of Connectivity Conservation and Management
March 16, 2022 Dr. Fernando Nájera, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Madrid: “Successful Reintroduction of the Iberian Lynx”
Generously Sponsored by:
Proceeds raised during conservation events and lectures go directly toward the Zoo’s Conservation Fund, or to select conservation organizations such as Red Panda Network. Learn more about projects funded by the Conservation Fund.
Interested in viewing previous conservation lectures online?
Many past lectures are available on our Conservation Lecture Videos page. Or you can visit our Youtube channel.