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TCBES Seminar- Wilderness Survival to Wildlife Conservation

Location: wentworth Hall, Room 9

Title: From Wilderness Survival to Wildlife Conservation: reflections on my journey and lessons learned

Speaker: Elliott Parsons, Puʻu Waʻawaʻa Forest Reserve


This is part of the Natural and Cultural Resource Seminar Series, from the Tropical Conservation Biology & Environmental Science Graduate Progam

For more information, contact: slaursen@hawaii.edu (307) 699-0123

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