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Conservation Lecture Series begins Jan. 28

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The Greenville Zoo and Furman University will present a series of conservation lectures beginning Tuesday, Jan. 28.

All lectures begin at 7 p.m. and take place in Watkins Room of the Trone Student Center on campus.

The series, “Committed to Conservation,” is free and open to the public. A complete schedule follows:

Tuesday, January 28
Being a Zoo in Today’s Environmentally-Conscious Society
Greenville Zoo Staff

Tuesday, February 25
Partnerships for Amphibian, Reptile & Habitat Conservation
Partners in Amphibian & Reptile Conservation

Thursday, March 27
Puma Ecology & Management
The Furman Cougar Project

Tuesday, April 22
Red Ape Conservation
Orangutan Foundation International

May TBD
Conservation in the Far East
Amur Leopard & Tiger Alliance

For more information visit the Greenville Zoo website www.greenvillezoo.com or call 864-467-4300.

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