In this 30 minute wild cat walkabout, Dr. Justin and Jamie Veronica check in on Cypress the bobcat, volunteers release Armani Leopard back out to her enclosure after a polyp had been removed from her throat the day before, Cleo Serval got fluids and B-12 and Thiamine injections, the Lynx brothers got hay, Little Feather Bobcat just looks too cute, Zabu the White Tiger takes time with her dinner, and Jamie gives Shere Khan the tiger his pills.
Join Us in Gainesville March 21 for a Free Symposium on Florida Panthers
Florida panthers are no match for loss, fragmentation and degradation of their habitat. If these iconic and graceful predators are to survive, they need protected habitat and a clear plan for recovery.
Join the Center for Biological Diversity on Friday, March 21 for the first ever Florida Panther Symposium, hosted by the University of Florida's Levin College of Law Conservation Clinic and GreenLaw. It's free and open to the public.
Learn about efforts to protect and expand Florida panthers' range. The event will feature presentations from noted scientists and wildlife biologists in the morning, followed by complimentary lunch and a keynote speaker at noon. Come meet the Center's Florida staff attorney Jaclyn Lopez. There will also be a field trip to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge on Saturday, March 22.
Event details below:
What: Florida Panther Symposium
Where: University of Florida's Levin College of Law at 309 Village Drive, Gainesville, FL 32611
When: Friday, March 21 beginning at 8 a.m. and closing with complimentary lunch and keynote speaker
This event is free and open to the public -- but space is limited, so you'll need to register by March 7to attend.