Evening Webinar - Beyond Pandas: The Wildlife of Southwest China

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Event Location
Online - Zoom

Speaker: Bill McShea, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

Advance Registration Required

Event Details

Man in green jacket and glasses, with grassy hill in background
Bill McShea of the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute. (Photo courtesy of Bill McShea)

China has established an impressive array of reserves to conserve the giant panda. These reserves also harbor many unique species of mammals in one of the world's biodiversity hotspots. In our kickoff lecture of 2021, join Smithsonian wildlife ecologist Bill McShea to learn about the ecology and conservation of these species in a land striving to conserve its natural heritage in the face of rapid development.

This lecture will be recorded. By signing up online, you'll be able to watch live and receive a link to the closed-captioned recording after the talk.

BONUS: When you sign up online, you'll automatically be entered to win a free copy of Bill's book, "Guide to the Wildlife of Southwest China," featuring 130 species with full-color photographs and maps. If you'd like to join the webinar but not be entered into the drawing, you can opt out by email Kristen Minogue at minoguek@si.edu

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