When: Fri., Dec. 13, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 2019
Come learn about cutting-edge wildlife and fisheries research in northern California! Speakers from a variety of public and non-profit wildlife and fisheries organizations will present topics relevant to northern California conservation issues. Keynote speakers are Chris West and Tiana Williams of the Yurok tribe, who will discuss the tribe's current efforts to reintroduce the California Condor in northwestern California. Other highlights: • Wildlife detection dog demonstration (noon) • Poster session (4PM) • Cocktail hour at the Humboldt Bay Social Club (5PM). Onsite registration 9AM-9:50AM, speakers at 10AM. $15 (student), $30 (member), $45 (non-member, includes membership). Buffet lunch available ($15).
Price: $15 - $45