Conservation Icons Dr. Brian L. Cypher, UC Stanislaus– Urban canids: Conservation and Conflict
Make sure to buy tickets now for the final speaker of Lindsay Wildlife’s 2017-18 Conservation Icons series! Join us, 6 p.m. Saturday June 9, when Dr. Brian L. Cypher, UC Stainslaus, will discuss Urban canids (foxes, coyotes): Conservation and Conflict.
A research ecologist and Assoc. Director of the UC Stanislaus Endangered Species Recovery Program,Cypher’s focus is on canids and other predators, but other research experience includes work with small mammals, reptiles, ungulates, and plants.
He has been involved with research and conservation efforts on animals and plants in the San Joaquin Valley since 1990. Brian received a Ph.D. in Zoology from Southern Illinois University in 1991. He is the co-editor of Urban Carnivores: Ecology, Conflict, and Conservation, published by John Hopkins Press (2010).
Cypher is the final of nine awe-inspiring speakers that are part of the 2017-18 Conservation Iconsseries that aims to educate, entertain and inspire change! Nearly all of these presentations have sold out so don’t delay in purchasing today!
Lindsay Wildlife Experience
- (925) 935-1978
- 1931 First Ave., Walnut Creek, California, 94597, United States
- Saturday, June 9, 2018
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm