Rob Shultz, executive director of Audubon Minnesota, will talk about his research on cheetahs in Namibia at the March 25 MRVAC meeting. The presentation will focus on the approach to predator conservation in Africa and how this research has altered his perspective on conservation issues in Minnesota.

Schultz should know: He also has served as executive direction of the International Wolf Center in Ely. Audubon Minnesota was established in 1979 and throughout its history Audubon’s committed members have contributed to the rich conservation legacy in Minnesota. The organization and its supporters have worked to create bird-friendly communities, protect water for birds and people, and create a healthy climate.

The link to  the recording of Rob’s talk is here