Hawk Mt. Sanctuary: A Global View of Natural Resource Conservation with Keith Bildstein
February 20, 2019 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Hawk Mt. Sanctuary: A Global View of Natural Resource Conservation
Keith is a Ph.D. Zoology. He Joined Hawk Mountain in 1992. Keith oversees programs in Conservation Science and works at the Acopian Center for Conservation Learning where he sets priorities and conducts Sanctuary research, and coordinates research by visiting scientists and students. He also is responsible for achieving goals set by the Science Advisors Committee, including leadership and mentorship in global raptor conservation. Finally, Keith directs the Conservation Science Traineeship Program and our newly emerging Graduate Student Program. His current research projects include a study of Striated Caracaras, a long-term study of New World Vultures, and research on Hooded Vultures in Africa. Keith is the author of more than 150 peer-reviewed publications, has written several books including Migrating Raptors of the World: their ecology and conservation (2006), and is a member of 21 professional organizations. When he’s not traveling, Keith can usually be found watching, studying or reading about raptors. To Register: Call (610) 375-7880 or email email@example.com
Cost to attend is $10 for members and non-members.