Dispelling Myths About Captive Wildlife 2018
Presented by Carney Anne Nasser, June 8, 2018
Carney Anne Nasser, Director of the Animal Welfare Clinic at Michigan State Univ. College of Law and Executive Director of WildCat Conservation Legal Aid Society, will walk attendees through common myths associated with captive wildlife. Topics will include zoos (including roadside zoos), private ownership, tourist attractions, and sanctuaries.
This webinar has already taken place. You can watch a recording of the session here.
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