Drink in some science
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Wednesday, November 7 | 7pm
Courtney Dunn, Executive Director of The Prusten Project
Can a tiger’s roar help save the species? Join Courtney Dunn, Executive Director of The Prusten Project, to learn how The Prusten Project is developing innovative ways to not only track tigers in the wild but also protect them using only acoustic recorders and the voices of the tigers themselves.
The Prusten Project is a non-profit organization which combines the fields of conservation biology, bioacoustics, animal behavior, and ecology to study and protect tigers through the use of acoustic monitoring. The organization has worked on developing the first acoustic monitoring system for tigers over the past seven years by collaborating with accredited zoos and their tiger populations. Plans are currently in place to start the organization's field initiative in Sumatra as early as Spring 2019.
The Local Oak
409 N Zang Blvd
Dallas, TX 75208