”Ecotourism: Helpful or Harmful for Wildlife Conservation?”
Presenter: Marissa Altman, Conservation Biologist
When: Friday, February 10, 2017, 7:00 pm
Where: Pool Wildlife Sanctuary(directions below)
What: Marissa Altman will discuss how ecotourism can provide protection and awareness for some of the world’s most valuable species; and how we can identify and reduce our impacts on biodiversity as visitors and observers in nature.
NOTE: In case of inclement weather, please check your e-mail or our website, facebook, or meetup page for any notice of cancellation.
This program is free and open to the public. Come early for complimentary beverages and snacks.
A Program Flyer, suitable for posting, is available.
For additional information about other programs and upcoming bird walks and field trips, check ourwebsite. Also, you may join us on Facebook or on Meetup for LVAS activities and interaction with other birders.
Directions to the Pool Wildlife Sanctuary of the Wildlands Conservancy
From the intersection of I-78 (aka Rt. 309) and Cedar Crest Blvd. (aka Rt. 29), go south on Cedar Crest for 1.4 miles. Turn left at the light on Riverbend Road. Stay this road for 0.8 miles. Turn right on Orchid Place and go down the hill, about 0.3 miles. A white wooden bridge over the stream on your right brings you into the Pool Sanctuary Parking lot. The Education Center is the building behind the barn. Handicap parking is available at the Education Center Bldg. All others, please park in the main parking lot (to the left over the bridge) and walk to the Ed. Center.