Lane Kirkpatrick, an ABQ BioPark Zoo docent, takes you on a tour of the 64-acre zoo to learn more about endangered species - including the Mexican gray wolf - and the zoo's programs to ensure their survival.
Monday, June 3, 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
ABQ BioPark Zoo
903 10th St. SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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The cost will cover your admission into the zoo.
Kirkpatrick discusses wildlife species most threatened with extinction, how this happens, and what the ABQ BioPark Zoo is doing to prevent extinctions to endangered species, including species native to New Mexico.
Visit animal exhibits and programs involved in the Species Survival Plan, including Mexican gray wolves and jaguars.
Lane Kirkpatrick is a retired business executive whose firm focused on industrial automation and environmental consulting with clients in the US and abroad. With a lifelong interest in wildlife, nature, and conservation, he has prepared extensive zoo-wide tour materials and regularly leads zoo tours. He practiced taxidermy when young, managed federal, state, and local environmental agencies, and years ago produced and hosted PBS Channel 5 program New Mexico’s Environment.
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