Wildlife Conservation Café
Led by Lisa Thibault, Buffalo Zoo Programs Specialist
May 23, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Join us at the Merriweather Library (1324 Jefferson Ave, Buffalo) as we learn about the variety of wildlife conservation projects the Buffalo Zoo participates in both locally and internationally. Lisa Thibault is an Onsite Programs Specialist at the Buffalo Zoo. Lisa holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Zoology and a Master’s Degree in Teaching Biology. She has assisted with and conducted research on predator/prey interactions, fossil ecology, animal behavior, and educational initiatives in New York, Nevada, Belize, Thailand, and Namibia.
Teen Programs at the Zoo:
Weather Balloon Launch
Led by David Zaff, National Weather Service Science Operations Officer
June 13, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Join Buffalo Niagara Teen Science Cafe before summer break to launch a weather balloon with David Zaff, National Weather Service Science Operations Officer, and learn about collecting weather and climate data. Special location: 100 Amherst Villa Rd, Buffalo.
National Weather Service Internships and Student Employment Opportunities
Teen Science Cafe is a series of free, fun, out-of-school events where teens socialize over food and refreshments and talk with local scientists about current cutting-edge ideas. Teen Science Cafes are for all curious teens of all backgrounds and motivations for learning about science.
About Teen Science Cafe: