Be one of the first to see this sneak preview of a wildlife symposium presented by the Arizona Chapter of the Wildlife Society.
The symposium is designed to gather like-minded conservation groups and the general public for the purpose of affecting change for the benefit of wildlife and public lands.
Jonathan Hanna has been working in the field as a wildlife biologist for 30 years.
His career working with state agencies in Ohio, Wyoming and Arizona highlights projects involving management of black-footed ferrets, grizzly bears, black bears, mule and white-taled deer, pronghorn, moose, mountain goats, and Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.
Mr. Hanna has been involved in many animal capture operations using a variety of techniques and has also been an instructor for University of Arizona and the Arizona Wildlife Society in animal capture and restraint methods.
He has been a member of the Arizona Chapter of the Wildlife Society since 1992 and has served as the Continuing Education Chairman since 1995.
Take a walk on the wild side at this spectacular free sneak preview presentation!
For more information, call Michael Brady (480) 990-9165.
As always, refreshments are free!