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Zoo Brown Bag Seminar

Working Together to Save a Species


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Jan 09, 2016
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM


ABQ BioPark Zoo - Colores Education Bldg.
903 10th SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102


Speakers: Matt Eschenbrenner

Topic: Working Together to Save a Species

The wild population of slender-snouted crocs is dwindling, but research and collaboration are helping save this species.

Join us for a lunchtime talk to learn more about the partnership between the  ABQ BioPark and Zoo National d'Abidjan in Africa’s Ivory Coast. Together, these partners are helping a species come back from the brink of extinction.

Brown Bag Lectures

This series of informal, lunchtime lectures presents the science of conservation. Topics include plant and animal themes relevant to the BioPark, and presenters may be BioPark staff or field experts.

Brown Bag lectures take place twice a month (on a Thursday and a Saturday), alternating between the Aquarium/Garden and Zoo locations. Lectures at the Zoo are included with regular admission. There is no fee to attend the lectures at the Aquarium/Garden. For more information, call 505-848-7180.


Included with admission.
Zoo Brown Bag Seminar

A juvenile West African slender-snouted crocodile gets examined by ABQ BioPark Staff


BioPark Education