Bill Toone

Linking Human Life to Wildlife: The Global Issues of Endangerment

You will not want to miss the opportunity to meet Conservation Biologist Bill Toone, a North County resident who will take us on a world-wide journey of the people and environments in which he has worked. These regions are largely unknown by our world today, but ones the audience will have the opportunity to experience through the stories and photographs he will share.

Toone began his career with the San Diego Zoo overseeing the captive breeding program for the California Condor. Recently in Mexico, he joined with the Mazahua and Purepecha people where their communities interface with the ancient Oyamel Fir Forest that provides an overwintering site for the monarch butterflies.

Over time, Toone has come to realize the importance of taking strategic action to ensure the longevity of indigenous cultures which are often adversely impacted by conservation efforts. By linking human life with wildlife he is working to create balance in global communities. Please join us in the Fellowship center of the Village Church on Sunday October 30th from 6:00-8:30 PM. This will be the final Village Viewpoints of 2016!

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