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Expert on Urban Wildlife to Speak at Oregon Zoo on Tuesday Night

by Bob Sallinger

kgw.com

Posted on February 15, 2010 at 6:43 PM

Updated Monday, Mar 8 at 11:09 AM

 

A great opportunity to learn more about urban wildlife this Tuesday night!

 

Expert on Urban Wildlife to Speak at Oregon Zoo This Tuesday!

 

WILD NEIGHBORS--LIVING WITH WILDLIFE ON URBAN LANDSCAPES

JOHN HADIDIAN, Ph.D.--Director of urban Wildlife Programs, Humane Society of the United States

 

Cost: $8 for members of Audubon Society of Portland, Oregon Zoo, World Forestry Center, students, and seniors; $10 for all others.

Location: Oregon Zoo

Date: Tuesday, February 16th

Time: 7:00 PM

Cost: $8 for members of Audubon Society of Portland, Oregon Zoo, World Forestry Center, students, and seniors; $10 for all others.

Sponsored by: Portland Audubon, Oregon Zoo and the World Forestry Center

For more information: http://www.oregonzoo.org/Education/adults/adults_lecture.htm

 

 

John Hadidian literally wrote the book on Urban Wildlife! His seminal book, Wild Neighbors  was critical in raising awareness and appreciation of the wildlife that roams our urban landscapes. At Director of Urban Wildlife Programs at the Humane Society of the United State, Dr. Hadidian has devoted his life to promoting strategies to protect urban wildlife populations. He is recognized as an international expert on humane and ecologically responsible strategies for resolving urban wildlife conflicts ranging from geese on golf course to raccoons raiding garbage cans to wildlife conflicts at airports.  Dr Hadidian is an engaging speaker with a wide range of fascinating experiences working in the field of urban wildlife conservation. Whether you are a professional working on urban conservation issues, a homeowner who wants to know what you can do in your yard to help urban wildlife, or a property owner looking to resolve wildlife conflicts, this lecture is for you. Please join us for an evening discussing the cutting edge of living with wildlife on urban landscapes.

 

John Hadidian is the Director of the Urban Wildlife Programs at The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS).  Prior to coming to The HSUS he served as the Regional Wildlife Biologist for the National Park Service’s Center for Urban Ecology in Washington, DC. John has served on the U.S. Department of State's Man and the Biosphere Program as a member of the Human Dominated Systems Directorate, Associate Editor for the journal Urban Ecosystems, Chair of the Wildlife Society’s Urban Wildlife Working Group, and member of the U. S. Department of Agriculture’s National Wildlife Services Advisory Committee.  He is the principal author of the book Wild Neighbors: the humane approach to living with wildlife

 

 

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