October 8, 2015 – Monthly Meeting – 100 Years of Wildlife Conservation

Speaker: Neil Curry, Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

Join Neil Curry, facility director of the Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center as he highlights the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s 100th anniversary and gives updates about the nature center. Wildlife conservation has come a long way since 1915 but some important lessons stay the same in nature even in a very urban environment.

Neil is a former president of the Audubon Society of Central Arkansas. He has birded from coast to coast and been actively involved in wildlife conservation education for over 40 years. He was worked as a park naturalist for the National Park Service ranging from Montana to Oklahoma and closer to home for Arkansas State Parks at Pinnacle Mountain for 22 years. Since 2002 he has worked for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and been involved in designing and operating regional education and nature centers across the state

Location: Little Rock Audubon Center located on the southeast side of Little Rock at 4500 Springer Blvd., just minutes from downtown. Time: 7 PM.