Seminars & Events

Lincoln Park Zoo Seminars

 

Date

Speaker

Title

25-Sep

Kristin Bonnie, Beloit College

Do chimpanzees travel farther to exchange a token for better food?

9-Oct

Brent Johnson

Management and Status of an Endangered Massasauga Rattlesnake Population in New York State

23-Oct

David Lowenstein, UIC

Meet the neighbors: Bees and wasps in urban gardens and their implications for agriculture.

6-Nov

Patrick Wolff

Habitat, landscape, and climate effects on riparian predator-prey interactions in a human-dominated ecosystem

20-Nov

 

Travis Liveri, Prairie Wildlife Research

Black Death and the Recovery of Endangered Black-footed Ferrets

4-Dec

Joe Simonis and Lisa Faust

Are we doing a good job with our animal programs?  What 111,630 (and counting) breeding and transfer recommendations in PMCTrack tell us about zoo and aquarium population management.

  

All talks will be held on Thursdays at 1:00 PM.  Most talks will be at the zoo’s Judy Keller Center Auditorium, which is in the Education building directly south of the east gate entrance from the parking lot, or in the Ann Milligan Gray room of the Laflin building at 2001 N. Clark Street.  

 

 

 

 

December 8, 2014