the Island Fox Conservation Working Group
meets for its
25th Annual Meeting !
It's a time to celebrate the biologists, land managers, researchers, technicians, veterinarians, ecologists, government agencies, academic institutions, and conservation organizations that all came together to formulate a plan and take action to save island foxes from extinction and shepherd their recovery.
It is also a time to ask questions of the folks that were on the ground trying to discern why island foxes were disappearing on the northern islands in the late 1990s.
And how was it discovered that canine distemper virus was killing island foxes on Catalina Island in the south?
How were the Catalina Island foxes saved from high levels of cancer?
What do we still need to find out about island foxes to protect them into the future?
Friends of the Island Fox
is looking for your questions
Thursday May 18, we'll be posing your questions to the people of the Island Fox Working Group and videoing their answers.
Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org