Dr. Charles Foley, senior conservation scientist at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, will discuss the history of Big Mammal Days, and describe how he, his wife, and two good friends set about attempting a new world record for mammals seen in 24 hours in the Tarangire ecosystem in northern Tanzania. He will show photographs of many of the mammals they saw, including leopard, yellow-winged bats, and the wonderful aardvark.  Join MRVAC in person at the Minnesota River Valley National Wildlife Refuge headquarters building Thursday, Apr. 27 in person or use the link below to join by Zoom.  For in-person folks there will be a social with snacks and refreshments at 7 p.m. The program begins at 7:30 p.m.

The MVNWR Bloomington Visitor Center is located at 3815 American Boulevard East in Bloomington and is accessible after a short walk from the METRO Blue Line (Hiawatha Light Rail) at American Blvd.  All MRVAC meetings are free and open to the public.

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Meeting ID: 870 3290 0044
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