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Wildlife Conservation Club

Wildlife Conservation Club

The Wildlife Conservation Club’s mission is to promote and educate members and the campus community on wildlife management and conservation through collaborations with area experts and hands-on activities. We define wildlife as all flora and fauna from mega-vertebrates to micro invertebrates and we want to promote conservation on an ecosystem level. Our activities will include:

1. Education of members and campus community
2. Application of knowledge to conservation issues
3. Staying current with global conservation awareness, research, and action
4. Understanding and promoting aspects of wildlife management


We meet every Wednesday at 6:00 pm in Sage 3242. Please come join us!


For more information on weekly meetings and future events, contact:

by Feldman, Jim W. last modified Sep 27, 2016 08:22 AM
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