Women in Conservation: Saving Local Species at Woodland Park Zoo

Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

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Join us for a conversation about how women in our community are saving endangered species, expanding learning opportunities for young girls in STEM and inspiring us all to do more for wildlife.

Three conservation experts from Woodland Park Zoo will discuss how the work they are doing will save species in here in the PNW and around the world. Half of all the profits from this event will go towards saving the endangered Northwestern pond turtle and Oregon silverspot butterfly.

Jenny Pramuk, PhD, Animal Curator and Herpetologist
Bobbi Miller, Wildlife Conservation Manager
Erin Sullivan, Animal Care Manager and Entomologist

Tickets Available: General admission $20
Admission with a $5 Additional Donation to Zoo Conservation Programs: $25

*21+ with ID



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