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November 1997

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"Mark A. Ward" <[log in to unmask]>
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UVM Conservation Biology Discussion Group <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 17 Nov 1997 17:04:35 -0500
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        This week at the UVM Conservation Biology Discussion Group, Zapata
Courage will speak on "The Reintroduction of the Mexican Gray Wolf in the
Southwestern United States". The Mexican gray wolf is the rarest wolf in
North America, limited to a captive breeding population. Zapata will
discuss the planned reintroduction of this species into part of its
historic range in the southwest. Zapata is a senior SNR student majoring
in conservation biology.
        Please join us at our usual meeting place and time: Room 105 Aiken
Building at 12:15-1:15PM on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. Bring your lunch and
bring a friend! See you there!

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