Bornean Elephant Conservation Lecture

April 18, 2016 - 06:30pm

As forests are cleared in Borneo to plant crops, Borneo pygmy elephants and other forest-dwelling species are increasingly coming into conflict with humans. Learn about on-the-ground efforts to improve conservation and reduce human-elephant conflicts from Farina Othman, a native Malaysian pursuing her Ph.D. in Conservation Biology and Genetics, and discover how you can join her work to make Borneo a better place for elephants.

Where: Oregon Zoo's Vista Room, located in the Cascade Crest Banquet Center

When: April 18, 2016. Doors open at 6 pm, lecture begins at 6:30

Cost: Free

Details: This event is suitable for ages 10 and up

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