Wildlife Wednesday concerns carnivore conservation

You can find out what’s being done to help out the animals near the top of the food chain Wednesday evening.

Christina Eisenberg, who has worked on carnivore conservation in Alaska, the U.S. and globally, will share lessons she’s learned from work in the northern Rocky Mountains and work she has done in Alaska during an upcoming Wildlife Wednesday presentation.

“Carnivore Conservation: Finding Common Ground and Solutions, from the Local to the Global” will take place 7-8 p.m. at Egan Lecture Hall at University of Alaska Southeast.

The event is free.

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