John Seidensticker

Lectures

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Feb 1972: "Radio-Tracking Mountain Lions," Northwest Section, Wildlife Society, Oregon State University, Corvallis.

Apr 1973: "Wildlife Conservation in India and Nepal," McCall, ID.

May 1973: "Biological Constraints for Cougar Management," J. Seidensticker and M.G. Hornocker, Idaho Fish and Game Commission, Boise, ID.

Aug 1974: "Techniques for the Translocation of Large Mammals," Zoological Survey of India, Calcutta.

Apr 1975: "The Tiger in the Terai," National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Jul

1975: "Mountain Lion Social Organization," National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Jul-Aug 1975: "Ecology and Conservation of the Big Cats," (6 parts), Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.

Jul 1976: "Meru-Betiri and the Conservation of the Javan Tiger," Department of Nature Conservation (P.P.A.), Director General of Forestry, Bogor, Indonesia.

Sep 1978: "The Sunda Tigers," Yayasan Indonesia Hijau (Foundation for a Green Indonesia), Jakarta.

Nov 1979: "Wildlife Habitat and Mahaweli River Basin Development Programme." Special Seminar on Endemic Species, Sri Lanka. Colombo National Museum, Sri Lanka.

Feb 1980: "Tigers and Rain Forests," Audubon Lecture, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Aug 1980: "Conservation and Management of the Sunda and Sundarbans Tigers," Conservation and Research Center, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Front Royal, VA.

Apr 1981: "Raccoons and White-tails and CRC," National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

May 1981: "NZP's Field Studies Program at the Conservation and Research Center," Conservation and Research Center, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Front Royal, VA.*

May 1981: "Black Bear Dispersal and Wildlife Research at the National Zoological Park's Conservation and Research Center," Sixth Shenandoah Symposium,, Shenandoah National Park, VA.*

Jun 1981: "Conservation of the Sunda Tigers," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, Miami University, Oxford, OH.*

Jul 1981: "Why One Zoo Scientist is Interested in Raccoons," Department of Education, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Jul 1981: "Tangjiahe, Wanglang and Fengtongzhai Panda Reserves," National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Sep 1981: "Managing an Enclosed Population of White-tailed Deer," 36th Annual Conference of the International Union of Directors of Zoological Gardens, Conservation and Research Center, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Front Royal, VA.*

Feb 1982: "Wildlife Research at the National Zoo's Conservation and Research Center," Sunday Afternoon at the Zoo Series, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Apr 1982: "Tangjiahe, Wanglang and Fengtongzhai Panda Reserves," Minnesota Zoological Society, Apple Valley, MN.

Apr 1982: "The Conservation of Tigers and Tropical Forests," Minnesota Zoological Garden, Apple Valley, MN.

Jun 1982: "Tangjiahe, Wanglang and Fengtongzhai Panda Reserves," J. Seidensticker, J.F. Eisenberg, and R. Simons, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, Snowbird, UT.*

Jun 1982: "Interspecific Interactions and Habitat Use of a Guild of Medium-sized Omnivores," J.G. Hallett, M.A. O'Connell, J. Seidensticker, and G. Sanders, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, Snowbird, UT.* J

un 1982: "Characteristics of Captive Populations: The Sumatran Tiger, a Case Study," J.D. Ballou and J. Seidensticker, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, Snowbird, UT.*

Oct 1982: "Conservation of Tigers in Indonesia and Bangladesh," invited paper in the International Cat Symposium, Texas A&I University, Kingsville, TX.*

Oct 1982: "The Conservation of Tigers and Other Large Mammals in Indonesia and Bangladesh," Department of Environmental Science, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

Jan 1983: "Elephants and Development Projects," The World Bank, Washington, D.C.*

Jun 1983: "Environmental Planning and the Problem of Defining Critical Resources and Spatial Requirements for Large Mammals in Asia," invited paper in the symposium "The Role of Animal Behavior in Conservation Biology," Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA.*

Jun 1983: "Evaluation of Estimators of Population Parameters," J.G. Hallett, M.A. Connell, J. Seidensticker, and G. Sanders, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.*

Jun 1983: "Genetic Variation in Two Procyonid Carnivores: Procyon lotor and Potos flavus," L. Forman, J. Seidensticker, G. Sanders, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.*

Nov 1983: "Ecological and Behavioral Considerations for the Raccoon in the Epidemiology of Wildlife Rabies," J. Seidensticker, A.J.T. Johnsingh, R. Ross, G. Sanders, and M. Webb, invited paper in the North American Symposium on Rabies in Wildlife, School of Hygiene and Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.*

Nov 1983: "Monitoring a Raccoon Epizootic from Northern Virginia to Washington, D.C.," R.J. Montali, F. Reid, G. Sanders, R.A. Freeman, M. Bush, and J. Seidensticker, invited paper in the North American Symposium on Rabies in Wildlife, School of Hygiene and Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.*

Dec 1983: "Leopards Living at the Edge of the Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal," J. Seidensticker, M. Sunquist, and C. McDougal, invited paper in the Centenary Seminar of the Bombay Natural History Society, Bombay, India.*

Dec 1983: "Metabolism of Male Raccoons, Procyon lotor, in Summer," J.N. Mugaas, E. Broudy, and J. Seidensticker, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, Philadelphia, PA.*

Apr 1984: "Studies in the Behavioral Ecology of Large Mammals, the Consequences of Habitat Insularization, and the Conceptual Basis for Conservation Action," Research Council, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

May 1984: "Elephants and Development Projects," May Day Gathering of Washington Area Environmental and Conservation Professionals, U.S. Office of Technology Assessment, Washington, D.C.

May 1984: "The Role of Zoos in Conservation," remarks to the World Wildlife Fund Presidents and Executive Officers, Conservation and Research Center, National Zoological Park, Front Royal, VA.

Sep 1984: "Zoos and Their Role in in situ Maintenance of Biological Diversity," J. Seidensticker and S. Lumpkin, Staff Conservation Symposium, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.*

Dec 1984: "Metabolism of Raccoons, Procyon lotor, in Winter and Summer," J.N. Mugaas, K.P. Mahkli, E. Broudy, and J. Seidensticker, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, Denver, CO.*

Feb 1985: "Rabies in Raccoons: Behavioral and Ecological Considerations," invited lecture to the National Capital Section of the Wildlife Society and University of the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C.

Apr 1985: "The National Zoological Park's Research and Conservation Program in South and Southeast Asia," Smithsonian Institution Workshop on Tropical Biology, National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C.*

May-Oct 1985: (18 parts) "Cats, Big and Small," Friends of the National Zoo Wildlife Series, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Jun 1985: "Primates as Prey of Panthera Cats in South Asian Habitats," invited paper in the "Primates as Prey" Symposium, Seventh Annual Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists, Niagara Falls, NY.*

Jun 1985: "Leopards Living at the Edge of the Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal," J. Seidensticker, M.E. Sunquist, and C. McDougal, Annual Meeting, American Society of Mammalogists, University of Maine, Orono.*

Dec 1985: "Maintenance Nitrogen Requirements of the Raccoon, Procyon lotor," J. Mugaas, K. Halama, B. Lundrigan, and J. Seidensticker, Annual Meeting, American Society of Zoologists, Baltimore, MD.*

Apr 1986: "Managing Tigers in the Sundarbans: Experience and Opportunity," invited paper in the International Tiger Symposium, Minneapolis, MN.*

Apr 1986: "Bearing Witness: Observations on the Extinction of Panthera tigris balica and P. t. sondaica," invited paper in the International Tiger Symposium, Minneapolis, MN.*

Apr 1986: "Genetic and Demographic Characteristics of the 1983 Captive Population of Sumatran Tigers (Panthera tigris sumatrae), J. Ballou and J. Seidensticker, invited paper in the International Tiger Symposium, Minneapolis, MN.*

May 1986: "Tigers, Elephants and Rhinos: Problems and Opportunities for their Conservation in Java and Sumatra," invited lecture to the Indonesian-American Society, American University, Washington, D.C.

Oct 1986: "The Development of the National Park System in the United States during the Progressive Conservation Movement," workshop on the Management of National Parks in Indonesia, Dumoga-Bone National Park, Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Oct 1986: "Lessons Learned During the Establishment of the Meru -Betiri National Park," workshop on the Management of National Parks in Indonesia, Dumoga-Bone National Park, Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Feb 1987: "Impact of Rabies on Native Small Carnivore Populations," Bombay Natural History Society, Bombay.

May 1987: "Rabies and Raccoons in Appalachian Mountain Habitats," invited lecture to the Society of Sigma Xi, West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, Lewisburg, WV.

May 1987: "Learning from Exhibits that Don't Work: Measuring and Improving Visitor Viewing Opportunities in Outdoor Exhibits at the National Zoo," J. Seidensticker, R. Baldwin, and K. Carlstead, Exhibits Departments and senior staff, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.*

Jun 1987: "Metabolic Response of Raccoons, Procyon lotor, to Diets of Different Protein Content Fed at Different Times," J.N. Mugaas, K. Halama, B. Lundrigan, and J. Seidensticker, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.*

Jun 1987: "Lessons Learned from the Dumoga-Bone National Park, Sulawesi: The World Bank's Wildland Policy and Biological Conservation in Southeast Asia," Annual Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, Montana State University, Bozeman.*

Nov l987: "The Sundarbans Wildlife Management Plan: Conservation in the Bangladesh Coastal Zone" and "The Sundarbans as Wildlife Habitat: A Look Ahead," workshop sponsored by the SSRC/ACLA Joint Committee on South Asia and the Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.*

Apr 1988: Moderator, Eighth National Zoo Symposium: Culture: the Missing Element in Conservation and Development, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution Washington, D.C.

Apr 1989: "Zoo Exhibit Based Research," Smithsonian Research Council, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.*

Sep 1989: "Environmental Enrichment for Zoo Bears," K. Carlstead, J. Seidensticker, and R. Baldwin, poster at the Annual National Conference, American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums, Pittsburgh, PA.*

Mar 1990: "What We Don't Know about the Consequences of Habitat Fragmentation on the Genetic Status of Leopards and Elephants in Sri Lanka," S. Miththapala, S. B. U. Fernando, and J. Seidensticker, paper presented at the International and Interdisciplinary Symposium: Ecology and Landscape Management in Sri Lanka, Colombo, Sri Lanka.*

Mar 1990: "Environmental Enrichment for Zoo Bears," K. Carlstead, J. Seidensticker, and R. Baldwin, poster at the Annual Northeast Regional Conference, American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums, Washington, D.C.

Apr 1990: "Exhibiting Mammals," invited lecture, Department of Zoology, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

Aug 1990: "Lean Body Mass: An Adaptation to Climate in Raccoons," J. N. Mugaas and J. Seidensticker, 12th International Biometerology Congress, Vienna, Austria.*

Aug 1990: "Metabolic Adaptation and Geographic Distribution in Procyonidae," J. N. Mugaas, J. Seidensticker, and K. Mahlke--Johnson, 12th International Biometerology Congress, Vienna, Austria. *

Jan 1991: "Sunda Tigers and Conservation of Rain Forest in Indonesia," invited lecture to the Houston Zoological Society and the Asia Society, Houston, TX.

Jan 1991: "How to Think About Improving Carnivore Exhibits," invited lecture at the Houston Zoological Gardens, Houston, TX.

Mar 1991: "Designing Conservation Action Plans to Fit Species and Place: An Indonesian Example," invited lecture at George Washington University, Department of Anthropology, Washington, D.C.

May 1991: "In situ Conservation of Wild Felids" and "Research and Management of Wild Felids in Zoos" presentations at the Felid Action Plan Meetings, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Front Royal, VA.*

Jul 1991: "Demography and Niche Metrics of Medium-sized Mammals," J. Hallett, M. O'Connell, J. Seidensticker, and K. Halama, invited paper for Wildlife 2001: Populations, Oakland, CA.*

Sep 1991: "Assessing Stress in Captive Environments for leopard cats (Felis bengalensis)," K. Carlstead, J. Brown, and J. Seidensticker, poster at Annual Meeting American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums, San Diego CA.*

Oct 1991: "It's Tough To Save Big Cats," special public lecture at the National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Nov 1991: "Tiger Predatory Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation." J. Seidensticker and C. McDougal, invited paper at the Symposium of the Zoological Society of London, London, UK.*

July 1993: "From Field to Zoo: Basic Considerations for Wild Mammals in Zoos," invited paper at First Conference on Environ-mental Enrichment, Portland, OR.*

Sep 1993: "Environmental Enrichment and Zoo Bears," American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums Ursid Taxon Advi-sory Meeting, Omaha, NB.

Jun 1994: "The Survival of Bears in Today's World is in Our Hands," invited lecture at the press opening of the exhibit BEARS: IMAGINATION AND REALITY, Explorers Hall, National Geo-graphic Society, Washington, D.C.*

Sep 1994: "Planning for the Species: Incorporating Behavioral and Ecological Data," D. L. Forthman and J. Seidensticker, invited paper at the American Zoo and Aquarium Association annual conference, Atlanta, GA.*

Dec 1994: "Using Multilocus DNA Fingerprint Analysis to Assess Variation within and between Populations of a Geographically Widespread Species: The Leopard," S. Miththapala, J. Seidensticker, and S.J. O'Brien, Third International DNA Conference, Hyderabad, ID.*

Feb & Oct 1995, Oct 1996, July 1997, May 1998, May 2001: "Exhibition in Zoos and Museums: Contrasts and Similarities," Department of Anthropology, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Apr 1995: "Why Animals Matter—Earth Day, 1995," Washington Ethical Society, Washington, D.C.*

May 1995: "Do Maintenance Energy Requirements of Felids Reflect Their Feeding Strategies?" M. Allen, O. Oftedal, K. Earle, J. Seidensticker, and L. Vilarin. American Zoo and Aquarium Association, Nutrition Advisory Group, First Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.*

Sept 1995: "Saving the Tiger," remarks for the press briefing and media tour for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's Save The Tiger Fund, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.*

Sept 1996: "There is Hope for the Tiger," remarks for the press briefing for the SAVE THE TIGER FUND exhibit at the State Fair of Texas by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation/Exxon partnership, Dallas TX.*

Oct 1996: " Research Priorities for Large Cat Conservation and Recovery Planning for Wild Amur Leopards" and "Taxonomic Status of the Far Eastern Leopard and the Role of Genetic Analysis in Conservation Biology," papers for the Workshop to Develop a Recovery Plan for the Far Eastern Leopard, Vladivostok, Russia*

Dec 1996: "Cluster Analysis as a Possible Tool for Examining the Structure of Ecological Communities: Examples of Carnivore Assemblages in Selected National Parks in Southeast Asia.," S. Miththapala, S. Senaratna, G. Jayasinghe, and J. Seidensticker. Proceedings of the Second Annual Forestry Symposium 1996, of the Department of Forestry and Environmental Science, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka.*

Feb 1997: "The Endangered Tiger: The Threat, The Concern, and This Symposium," John Seidensticker, Peter Jackson, and Sarah Christie, and "In Securing the Tigers Future, First Define the Problem," John Seidensticker, K. Ullas Karanth, and Alan Rabinowitz,. papers for TIGERS: 2000, Symposium of the Zoological Society of London Number 74, London, England. * available at The Tiger Information Center.

Mar 1997: "Saving the Tiger," Exxon Research Club, Martinsville, NJ.

May 1997: "Bear Conservation," opening remarks for Bear Essentials, A Workshop on Behavior Exhibition and Conservation of Bears, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, OH.*

May 1997: "Getting it Right: Writing Natural History Today," remarks for the long-range planning committee for natural history stories, National Geographic Magazine, Washington, D.C.

Sept 1997: "The Tiger in Crisis," address for the press opening of the American Zoo and Aquarium Association and Save the Tiger Fund traveling exhibit--Tiger in Crisis, Albuquerque Biological Park, NM.*

Sept 1997. "Saving the Tiger," address at the press opening for the EXXON-Save the Tiger Fund Exhibit, Texas State Fair, Dallas, TX.*

Nov 1997. "Riding the Tiger," invited lecture Department of Biology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.

Dec 1997. "Save the Tiger Fund, 1997" invited comments at Tiger Link, New Delhi, India

Dec 1997. "Roundtable discussion leader and closing remarks" with Shouming Zhong, First International Symposium on Endangered Species Used in Traditional Asian Medicine: Substitutes for Tiger Bone and Musk, Hong Kong, China.

Feb 1998. "What Needs to be Done to Save the Tiger," oral testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Resources, Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife and Oceans, Washington, D.C.*

Feb 1998. "From Tigers: 2000 to The Year of the Tiger Conference and Securing the Future for Wild Tigers" and "Year of the Tiger Conference: Securing the Future for Wild Tigers, Summing-up," presentations at The Year of the Tiger Conference: Securing the Future for Wild Tigers, Dallas, TX.*

Mar 1998. "Riding the Tiger," invited lecture at the Burnet Park Zoo, Syracuse, NY.

Apr 1998. "The Save the Tiger Fund and Securing a Future for Wild Tigers," Felid Taxon Advisory Group Meeting, Oklahoma City Zoo, OK.*

Apr 1998. "Social and Natural Contexts and Scales in Tiger Conservation," The Washington Seminar Program on U. S. Foreign Policy, American University, Washington, D.C.

Apr 1998. "Great Cats: The Making of a Fun Environmental Education Program at the National Zoological Park," FONZ Volunteers and Board, National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C.

June 1998. "In Saving the Tiger, Partnerships are the Paths for the Tiger's Future," invited lecture, Saving the Tiger, For Our Children, For the Future: A Chinese-American Wildlife Conservation Working Conference, San Francisco, CA *

Sept 1998. "Contemplating the "Idaho Primitive Area" after 25 years," Comments for the University of Idaho Alumni Association, U.S. Capitol Building, Office of the Senate Sergeant -at-Arms, upon receiving the Alumni Associations Silver and Gold Distinguished Alumni Award for 1998.

Sept 1998. "Saving the Tiger," remarks for press opening of the EXXON/Save the Tiger Fund Exhibit, Texas State Fair, Dallas, TX.* Oct 1998. "Great Cats" remarks at the press and donor openings of the GREAT CATS exhibit, Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C.*

Oct 1998. "Tigers: Past, Present, and Future," invited lecture for Wildlife Institute of India, Derha Dun, India.

Apr 1999. "Saving the Tiger: Tiger Conservation in Human-dominated Landscape," the invited Dunmire Lecture, University of Missouri, Columbia.

May 1999. "Saving the Tiger is a Test. If We Pass, We Get to Keep the Planet," invited lecture for Friends of the Burnet Park Zoo annual meeting, Syracuse, NY

June 1999. "Riding the Tiger: Tiger Conservation in Human-dominated Landscapes," lecture and book signing at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C.

June 1999. "Acoustical Characteristics of White-nosed Coati Vocalizations: Discrete and Graded Call Types. L.A. Compton, J.A, Clark, D. Ingrisano, J. Seidensticker. Poster presented at the Animal Behavioral Society Annual Meeting, Bucknell University, Lewisburg PA*

Sept 1999. "Elements of Tiger Conservation," opening lecture for Tigers in the 21st Century, Saving the Tiger: Assessing our Success, Wildlife Conservation Society, Central Park Zoo, New York, NY*

Oct 1999. "Securing a Ffuture for Wild Tigers, " invited lecture at the Healthy People, Healthy Planet: A Conference on Traditional Chinese Medicine and Wildlife Conservation, Beijing, China.*

Feb 2000, "The Carnivores" a presentation at the launch for the Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals, Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Washington DC.*

May 2000, "The Smithsonian-Nepal Tiger Ecology Project: What It Taught Us About Conservation in the Third World and How These Lessons Have Been Applied. A Discussion at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Conservation and Research Center's 25 Anniversary Seminar, Front Royal VA.

Sept 2000. (Opening lecture) "Riding The Tiger: Elements of Tiger Conservation"* and (Closing remarks) "Tiger Landscapes: Cores, Connection, and Community Involvement and Support for Wild Tigers in Our Future"* WWF Global Tiger Conservation Strategy Workshop, Anyer, Java, Indonesia.

Sept 2000. "Riding The Tiger Continued: Tiger Conservation is Moving From Protected Areas to Tiger Landscapes"* World Resources Institute, Washington D.C.

Dec 2000: "Riding the Tiger" in the seminar "Extinctions: Have You Seen My Old Friend Dino?" Smithsonian Campus on the Mall

Jan 2001: "Riding The Tiger Continued: Tiger Conservation is Moving From Protected Areas to Tiger Landscapes," invited lecture and seminar, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY*

Feb 2001: "The Role of Zoos in the Conservation of Tigers," invited seminar, University of Missouri-Columbia.

Jan 2002: "Observations from the Yele Giant Panda Protection Station: Why SNZP's Contribution to Giant Panda Conservation in China Makes a Difference. J. Seidensticker and S. Lumpkin. Giant Pandas at the National Zoo: From the First Year Into the Future. Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Washington D.C.

March 2002. The Save The Tiger Fund. Save The Tiger Fund Council Meeting. Disney's Animal Kingdom, Orlando FL

March 2002: "The Save The Tiger Fund and Saving Tigers." American Zoo and Aquarium Association, Silver Springs, MD,

April 2002: "How the Save The Tiger Funds Works." National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Washington D.C.

Sept 2002: “Model for Success: Save The Tiger Fund” Panel moderator and speaker, Annual Meeting of the American Zoo and Aquarium Society, Fort Worth TX.

Nov 2002: “Recovering the Tiger: A Model For Success,” Save The Tiger Fund at $10 Million Invested, Moderator and speaker for a panel discussion for the press at the National Press Club, Washington DC.

Feb 2003: “State of the Save The Tiger Fund,” Save the Tiger Fund Council Meeting, Washington D.C.

Sept 2004: “The Save The Tiger Fund and The Conservation of Wild Amur Tigers” and “Assessing the State of Wild Tiger Conservation in South and Southeast Asia” papers presented at International Conference on Conservation of The Amur Tiger: Where Are We? And Where Do We Go From Here? Khabarovsk, Russia.

Sept 2004: “ Save The Tiger Fund and Securing a Future for the Amur Tiger.” Save The Tiger Fund Press Event, Moscow, Russia.

Feb 2004. New Partners and the Save The Tiger Fund. Save The Tiger Fund Council Meeting, Washington, D.C.

March 2004: “Formula For Success - the Save The Tiger Fund,” invited presentation to the National Board, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Washington D.C., March 2004.*

March 2004: J. Akenson. H Akenson, H. Quigley, J. Seidensticker, M. Hornocker and G. Khoeler. “Four Decades of Cougar-Ungulate Relationships in the Central Idaho Wilderness, a historical perspective,” Invited paper at the 25th anniversary of the Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Boise,ID. Also presented at Idaho State University and Payette National Forest, McCall, ID.

April 2004: “Ecological Amnesia, Shifting Baselines, and the Elements of Tiger Conservation” Invited lecture at the Wildlife Institute of India, Dehra Dun.

July 2004: Suchitra Balagalle, E. Wikramanayaka, Kalinga Padmalal, and J. Seidensticker “Meso-carnivores as Urban Conservation Flagships: The Role of Fishing Cats in Sri Lanka’s Cities. Society of Conservation Biology Annual Meeting, Columbia University, New York, NY.

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