Conservation Detection Dog Demonstration Day at Prairie Springs

9/24/2022 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Prairie Springs Environmental Education Center

Conservation Detection Dog Demonstration Day at Prairie Springs

The Biology, Animal Behavior, and Environmental Science programs are excited to invite you to a Conservation Detection Dog Demonstration Day at Prairie Springs, the Carroll University Field Station.  

Conservation Detection Dogs are trained to detect conservation-relevant odors, such as the scent of an invasive plant species, an endangered turtle species, or an environmental contaminant.  This allows conservation professionals to survey large areas of the environment quickly and accurately.  Join us to learn more!

Prairie Springs Environmental Education Center [Click here for directionsSome transportation from campus will be available

Contact Dr. Susan Lewis or Dr. Todd Levine if you have any questions

We will be both inside and outside, even if it is raining a bit.  Wear close-toed shoes and long pants.

RSVP if you are coming by clicking this link!  Please RSVP by September 20.

 
Panoramic View of campus