Red Panda Network staff and volunteers are fanning out in an effort to meet with you, our supporters, at three upcoming conferences and we hope to see you all there! Here are the dates and locations where you can find us:

Wildlife Conservation Expo 2015
Saturday, October 10, 2015
10AM-6:30PM
Mission Bay Conference Center, San Francisco

 

 Red Panda Network has been participating in this expo every year since 2005. We love this event because it not only allows us to network with fellow conservation organizations, but we get to meet with our supporters and volunteers as well! We do understand there are no more tickets available, but if you already have your tickets, please come find Terrance Fleming, our Outreach Coordinator, at our table at this wonderful event!
October 12th-16th, 2015 | Denver Zoo

 

ZACC means Zoos & Aquariums Committing to Conservation, and this conference encourages and promotes increased involvement of zoos and aquariums in support of field conservation – locally, nationally and internationally. Red Panda Network is proud to participate in this fabulous conference and our Country Director, Ang Phuri Sherpa will be there to answer your questions about our conservation field work. The President of our Board, Nicki Boyd will also attend so look for Nicki and Ang at this event!

 

Wildlife Conservation Film Festival & Biodiversity Conference
October 19-20, 2015 | Anthology Film Archives, New York City

Red Panda Network will screen the world premiere of our award-winning film: “Conserving the Red Panda” at this annual event with dozens of other documentary filmmakers from around the world. If you are anywhere near New York on October 19 and 20 please come meet Ang Phuri Sherpa and Nancy Whelan, Director of Development at this outstanding event.

The Biodiversity Conference will take place during the day, while film screenings and receptions take place during the evenings.

 

Monday, October 19
(10:00-10:45 am)
Red Panda Network Country Director Ang Phuri Sherpa will give a talk at the Biodiversity Conference as follows:

 

Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue
Corner of 2nd Street & 2nd Avenue

 

Ang’s presentation will be on community-based red panda conservation in the Panchthar-Ilam-Taplejung corridor, in eastern Nepal.
Purchase Tickets here.

 
Tuesday, October 20
(Series 3 / 6:00-8:00 pm)

Come see the Red Panda Network World Premiere Film Screening: “Conserving Red Pandas, Nepal.” Our film is the Foundation Category winner this year!

Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue
Corner of 2nd Street & 2nd Avenue
Purchase tickets here.

October is going to be a great month for red panda conservation! We hope to catch up with you at one of our upcoming events!

Thank you for your support,

Red Panda Network