11/19 Tuesday

Cheetah Conservation Fund: Dogs Saving Cats Lecture

Tuesday, November 19
6:30pm — 8pm

Dogs saving cats…can you believe it! Join us at the Museum for an exclusive lecture featuring guest speaker Brian Badger of the Cheetah Conservation Fund. Learn about the Livestock Guarding Dog program and the impact of Anatolian Shepherds aiding in cheetah conservation in Namibia. This lecture is available from 6:30-8pm, including time for a half hour lecture, Q&A with Brian, and the opportunity to privately tour the Museum space afterhours.

Brian Badger is the Director of Conservation & Outreach for the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) in the United States. Brian’s has been associated with CCF more than 16 years and that includes working as CCF’s Operations Manager for five years at the CCF Research and Education Centre, which serves as the International Headquarters for CCF’s global operations in Namibia where Livestock Guarding Dogs help save cheetah in the wild.

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