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Our Wild World

Our Wild World

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February 03rd 2014:A Whole Lot More than Mans Best Friend, with Dr. Pete Coppolillo

Working Dogs for Conservation trains and deploys the world’s best conservation detection dogs, finding everything from invasive beetle larvae, to reptiles, to invasive and endangered plants, and of course, elusive carnivores like wolverine, cheetah, and Amur Tiger. WDC dogs work non-invasively and without harming or harassing the target species, making conservation data collection sampling more effective, efficient and ethical. WDC also offers a second chance to high-drive shelter dogs, many of whom would have been euthanized but now have important jobs in saving wildlife, with operations in 1

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Dr. Pete Coppolillo

Pete has worked on topics, ranging from water policy and international development assistance to certification of local green development projects. He has served on the boards of American Working Dogs for Conservation, the Laguntza Foundation, Wildlife Conservation Society’s “Living Landscapes” and founded the Ruaha Landscape Program, Tanzania and coordinating WCS’s Conservation work in the Yellowstone Rockies of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. Pete has studied raptors, large herbivore ecology contributed to conservation efforts in Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina, Congo, Cambodia, He authored scientific publications in Science, Conservation Biology, Human Ecology, PLOS Medicine and Biological Conser
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world 23/10/2017 08:00 23/10/2017 09:00 Our Wild World https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world Working Dogs for Conservation trains and deploys the world’s best conservation detection dogs, finding everything from invasive beetle larvae, to reptiles, to invasive and endangered plants, and of course, elusive carnivores like wolverine, cheetah, and Amur Tiger. WDC dogs work non-invasively and without harming or harassing the target species, making conservation data collection sampling more effective, efficient and ethical. WDC also offers a second chance to high-drive shelter dogs, many of whom would have been euthanized but now have important jobs in saving wildlife, with operations in 11 countries and 18 US states. Pete has spent most of his career working in wildlife conservation from Kenya to South and North America. A trained biologist and landscape ecologist, Pete’s work has taken him rom research to conservation planning, to implementing conservation projects leading on the ground fieldwork. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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