Thursday, January 21, 2016

Upcoming talk: Madagascar by Anna Chalfoun and Meg Ewald

Join the Laramie Audubon Society and the Biodiversity Institute next week for a free public program:

Wednesday, January 27
UW Berry Center Auditorium
10th Street and Lewis Street
Laramie, Wyoming
Free parking after 5 pm

6:30 pm Refreshments and Bird Chat
7:00 pm Program begins

Madagascar: Lemurs, chameleons, and...charcoal?
Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world, and resides at tropical and semi-tropical latitudes. It is therefore home to some of the most magnificent and unique wildlife radiations (e.g., lemurs, chameleons, vangas). Anna and Meg will take us on a photographic journey through Madagascar with a focus on the biodiversity and some associated conservation challenges.