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Urban Impacts on Landscapes: Animal-Friendly Architecture
Urban Ecology and Sustainability Lecture Series

Thursday, 17 May 2012 | 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
4 D Theater, Central Park Zoo
64th Street and Fifth Avenue | New York City

How does urban development impact habitat and agriculture? Learn about "green architecture" and the resilience of sea ducks.

Colin Cathcart, AIA, associate professor of architecture, Fordham University, and partner at Kiss + Cathcart, will present the impacts of urban development on habitat and agriculture.

Jeff Sailer, director of City Zoos, will present Wildlife Conservation Society's response and adaptation to life in urban areas focusing on the Central Park Zoo's sea duck collection.

A private tour of the zoo's sea duck exhibit will follow the discussion.

Cost:
Non-member: $30
WCS member or Fordham I.D.: $25
Student I.D.: $18

For more information, contact Karen Tingley at (212) 439-6583 or ktingley@wcs.org.

 

 
         
 
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