Want to get involved? SCB-D will be electing new leadership and committee chairs in late May/early June (open to graduate and undergraduate students from all programs and majors who are interested in conservation biology). Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
UPCOMING EVENTS 2022
SCB-D is pleased to host Keith Parker, Senior Fisheries and Molecular Biologist for the Yurok Tribe, for a virtual talk on:
Tues, May 10 (flyer on left)
SCB-D will run a joint event with the Davis Chapter of The Wildlife Society on May 23 (details coming soon)
Officer and committee leader elections late May or early June (details coming soon)
North American Congress for Conservation Biology (SCB North America biannual meeting) July 16-21 in Reno, NV (see below and here)
Save the date for the International Congress for Conservation Biology in Kigali, Rwanda!
The conference has been postponed from July to December 12-16, 2021.
Check out chapter member Sarah Kross's video of a previous field trip to see bats leave their roost in the Yolo Bypass.
We hosted a guest speaker, Dr. Indranil Mondal from the Wildlife Institute of India, for our Fall Remote SCB-Davis meeting!
"For conservation to be sustainable, it can't just be about doing the actual conservation work, but doing it in a way that works for people and communities."
– Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson