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TNC Preserves: An orientation of new places to bird
This is Audubon Society of Central Arkansas's monthly meeting. All are welcome to tune in. After the presentation we will conduct our business. This month's speaker is Doug Zollner, an ecologist with The Nature Conservancy (TNC). TNC works collaboratively with private landowners, businesses, public agencies and other organizations to conserve and restore the lands and waters of Arkansas. Their preserves conserve more than 320,000 acres across the state. Learn more about these special places and the birds they protect.

Douglas Zollner is an ecologist with The Nature Conservancy, currently serving as the Director of Science and Strategy for the Arkansas Field Office based in Little Rock. He has been working with the Conservancy for 29 years. He has over 40 years of working experience in ecoregional assessments, conservation strategy, planning, ecological restoration, fire ecology, ecological modeling, and developing and implementing measures of conservation success in an adaptive management context. He received a BS from the University of Arizona in Watershed Management and a MS from Texas Tech University in the Ecology of Arid Lands. He spent the 1980’s working on conservation projects overseas, mostly in eastern and southern Africa.

Nov 11, 2021 07:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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