Quest for a Peaceable Kingdom in the face of Human-Wildlife Conflict

Human-wildlife conflict is one of the biggest challenges facing wildlife conservation today, whether with bears, mountain lions or gorillas, across the planet or in our own Bay Area.

Join us for a talk by the co-founder and Executive Director of HWCC, Francine Madden, as she untangles contemporary conservation conflict and shares cases that exemplify the impact of HWCCs approach, giving us hope for a peaceful coexistence between people and wildlife.

Date and Time

Thursday, March 21 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm

Cost and Fees

$10.00-$20.00 sliding scale for members/$12.00-$20.00 sliding scale for non-members


Zimmer Auditorium. Please park in the lower lot and proceed to the Maddie's Center for Science and Environmental Education. Enter through the lower level glass doors.


Tickets purchased at the door.


Contact: Amy Gotliffe
Phone: (510) 632-9525

Additional Program Information

The Conservation Speaker Series is sponsored by Bishop O'Dowd High School and the Port of Oakland.


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