SNARL Seminar Series:
We welcome you every Tuesday evening this spring to our free public seminars. Seminars are from 7-8 PM and doors open at 6:30. All seminars will be held in the Page Center at SNARL – 1016 Mount Morrison Road.
Small tasters of food and drink will be provided by local businesses. Please arrive early to park, secure a seat, snack and mingle. Seminars are geared to adult audiences, however young people are encouraged to attend and well-behaved children are welcome. Visitors are not allowed to bring dogs to SNARL, so please leave pets at home.
For more information contact Annie Barrett, firstname.lastname@example.org; 805-893-5655.
2018 SNARL Spring Seminar Series Schedule
|MAY 1, 2018||Exploring Pristine Seas: protecting the last wild places in our oceans with National Geogrphic|
|Dr. Jennifer Casselle, Research Biologist, Marine Science Institute, UC Santa Barbara|
|MAY 8, 2018||Ethical concerns in conservation of biodiversity: examples from desert fishes and mountain lakes|
Phil Pister, Executive SEcretary Desert Fishes Council
MAY 15, 2018
|Owen's Lake: an in depth look at its past, present, future|
|Kathy Bancoft, Tribal Historic Presevation Officer, Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone Reservation|
|MAY 22, 2018||Big bears, big lizards and little ground squirrels: The importance of comparative physiology in wildlife conservation and human medicine|
|Dr. Hank Harlow, Professor Emeritus Department of Zoology and Physiology, University of Wyoming and Emeritus Director of the UW-NPS Biological Field Research Station in Grand Teton National Park|
MAY 29, 2018
|Bear Essential? The past, present, and potential future of grizzlies in California|
|Dr. Peter Alagona, Associate professor of history, geography, and environmental studies at UC Santa Barbara, as well as the founder and facilitator of the California Grizzly Study Group|
JUNE 5, 2018
|Back from the Brink: Bighorns, Peregrines, and Foxes in Yosemite National Park|
|Sarah Stock, Wildlife Ecologist at Yosemite National Park, CA|
Videos of Previous Seminars
Presentations from 2012 - 2016 are available for viewing on our Vimeo Channel
Presentations from 2017 - present are available for viewing on our SNARL youtube channel