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A Conversation with E.O. Wilson about Wildlife Corridors and Saving America...

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The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

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Congressional Auditorium and Atrium

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Join world-renowned Harvard biologist Edward O. Wilson, former Director, U.S. National Park Service, Robert Stanton, and other leading biologists and thought leaders in a solutions oriented discussion of how we can protect America’s wildlife. From monarchs to mule deer, from Florida panther to pronghorn, find out about wildlife corridors and policies that can safeguard these species from the threats of climate change and habitat loss.

• 1:00 A Conversation with E.O. Wilson, Congressman Beyer (D-VA), and other elected representatives.

• 1:30 – 3:00 Presentations and discussion – Challenges to US wildlife, wildlife corridors and other solutions to the biodiversity crisis

• 3:10 – Cupcake reception and meet and greet with E.O. Wilson and panelists This event is free and open to the public.

Presenters Include: Dr. Stuart L. Pimm, Nicholas School, Duke University • Dr. Healy Hamilton, NatureServe • Dr. Jon Beckmann, Wildlife Conservation Society • Dr. Gary Tabor, Center for Large Landscape Conservation • Dr. Ron Sutherland, Wildlands Network

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The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

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Congressional Auditorium and Atrium

Washington, DC 20515

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