Wednesdays | 7 p.m.
Journey with Smithsonian scientists and other conservation professionals as they travel the globe to study and protect species and ecosystems. Share in their adventures during these free science lecture series. The series is free and open to the public. Seating is limited, so arrive early.
Oct. 4 | Studying Animal Movement: How we know what we know about animals on the go! Speaker: Justin Calabrese, Quantitative Ecologist, Conservation Ecology Center
Oct. 11| Conservation Medicine: Ensuring the livelihood and health of people, animals and the environment. Speaker: Marc Valitutto, Wildlife Veterinarian, Smithsonian's Global Health Program
Oct. 18 | Speaker: Autumn-Lynn Harrison, Program Manager, Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center
Oct. 25 | The Red Wolf: A Story of Resilience, Speaker: Kim Wheeler, Executive Director, Red Wolf Coalition
The SMSC Dining Hall will be open for dinner from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on lecture dates. Lecture guests will be offered a special price of $10 per person. If you plan to attend dinner, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation Dining Hall
1500 Remount Road
Front Royal, VA 22630
Please note: pets are not allowed on SCBI property.
Directions from the east:
Take I-66 west to the Linden/Front Royal exit #13
At end of ramp, turn left, under freeway to stoplight at Route 55
Turn right (west) on Route 55 and travel five miles into Front Royal
Turn left at signal, Route 522/Remount Road
Drive approximately 2 miles and take a left into Gate 2 and follow event parking signs
Directions from Rappahannock:
From US 211 take 522 north ~ 12 miles
Turn right into Gate 2 and follow event parking signs