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In addition to print proceedings and poster PDFs, the opening talks from the 2011 Workshop on Engaging and Learning for Conservation

are available:

 

null Introduction  4:46

Rick Bonney
Director, Department of Program Development and Evaluation
Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Case Study
The Monarch Larvae Monitoring Project  5:40

Karen Oberhauser
Associate Professor, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology
Director of the Cons. Bio. grad program
University of Minnesota
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null Case Study
Fresno Bird Count - Citizen science for a changing world   7:43

Madhusudan Katti
Associate Professor of Vertebrate Biology
California State University, Fresno

Case Study
Queen Conch (Strombus gigas) and reserve effectiveness project  5:16

John Cigliano
Associate Professor and Chair of Biology
Department of Biological Sciences
Cedar Crest College
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null Case Study:
Ndee bini'bida'ilzaahi: Pictures of Apache Land  5:52

Jonathan Long
Biologist/Tahoe Science Program Coordinator
USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station, and
Adjunct Faculty in Natural Resources
American River College

The State of the Field   15:36

Rick Bonney
Director
Department of Program Development and Evaluation
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
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null Tools for Engagement in Conservation   14:46

Judy Braus
Senior Vice President for Education and Centers
National Audubon Society