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What are some of the greatest challenges facing threatened and endangered species today? What strategies do we employ to overcome those challenges? Identifying threats and wildlife management decisions are complex and complicated processes. Join the Arizona Game and Fish Department and the Phoenix Zoo for this secondary teacher professional development workshop and explore a variety of wildlife conservation trends and proposed solutions. What would you do if you were in charge? Participants will

4/18/2015
When: 4/18/2015
8:00 AM
Where: The Phoenix Zoo 455 N. Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85008
455 N. Galvin Pkwy
Phoenix, Arizona  85008
United States
Contact: Eric Proctor
623-236-7243
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What are some of the greatest challenges facing threatened and endangered species today? What strategies do we employ to overcome those challenges? Identifying threats and wildlife management decisions are complex and complicated processes. Join the Arizona Game and Fish Department and the Phoenix Zoo for this secondary teacher professional development workshop and explore a variety of wildlife conservation trends and proposed solutions. What would you do if you were in charge? Participants will have the opportunity to conduct a threatened species case study and discover the difficult nature of population management including lab research, field work and policy development. Leave with valuable information, ideas and resources to truly examine the strands of inquiry process, nature of science, personal and social perspectives and life science in your own classroom.

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