The U.S. Geological Survey public lecture series is back and virtual. News reporters are invited to attend to learn how USGS scientists are helping protect one of the only jaguars that lives in the U.S.
Media Advisory: A Jaguar’s Field of Dreams – Live Online Public Lecture
The talk will focus on ecosystem restoration at the U.S.–Mexico border, highlighting the Madrean Archipelago Ecoregion, a hotspot to one of Earth’s most diverse and rich ecosystems. Learn how a bi-national partnership has led to the restoration of the regions hydrology and helped maintain critical wildlife habitat for one of the U.S.’s only jaguars.
- What: Illustrated presentation: “A Jaguar’s Field of Dreams – If You Build It, They Will Come & Other Lessons from the U.S.–Mexico Border”
- Who: Laura Norman, USGS research scientist
- When: Thursday, March 25, 2021, 7:00 p.m. PDT — Public lecture open to all
- Where: Presentation will be live-streamed online from Arizona, and archived for later viewing.
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