The University of Arizona

Lecture Series

Continued Conservation of a Sonoran Desert Icon: the Desert Tortoise
Wednesday, March 8, 2017

The Science Café at Tumamoc Hill provides speakers on topics that relate to the science, history, archeology, and educational mission of Tumamoc Hill, located to the west of “A” Mountain, near downtown. The talks are held in the library of the old Desert Laboratory, the buildings that are roughly half-way up the Hill. The staff asks that you make a reservation for the Science Café so they can have sufficient shuttle service for the participants.

Please contact Cynthia Anson at cynthiaanson@email.arizona.edu or 520-629-9455 to reserve a seat.

Continued Conservation of a Sonoran Desert Icon: the Desert Tortoise
Wednesday, March 8 6:00 p.m.
Taylor Edwards
Assistant Staff Scientist, UA Genetics Core