Barrows Conservation Lectures Since 1993, the Barrows Conservation Lecture Series has brought a slate of esteemed naturalists and scientists to Cincinnati to address wildlife issues and global conservation efforts. For over 25 years, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden has presented its Wildlife Conservation Award to one of its Barrows Conservation Lecture Series speakers. The Barrows Conservation Lecture Series is made possible by the ongoing support of the family of Winifred & Emil Barrows. Tickets The Zoo will host a limited capacity in-person audience, as well as provide virtual access for those who wish to tune in from home. Lecture tickets are expected to sell out, so reserve your spot soon! Single Lecture Ticket Prices: In-person non-Member ticket: $17 In-person Member ticket: $15 Virtual Webinar ticket: $5 Virtual Attendees These virtual webinars will be held via Zoom. For the best experience and access to features, it is recommended you have the Zoom desktop application for computers or the mobile app downloaded on your device before the lecture. If you already have Zoom downloaded, make sure you “Check for Updates” on your app so you have the latest version. Please note these lectures occur in the Eastern Time Zone. Thank you so much for joining us from around the world! When will I get my link to join the webinar? You will not get your join link right away when you purchase a ticket. Instead, the Zoo will email virtual attendees (using the email address you registered/paid with) their link the week of each lecture so it doesn’t get lost in your inbox between now and then and for security reasons. So stay tuned and keep an eye on your email inboxes the week of April 19th (before April 21st lecture) and May 31st (before June 2nd lecture). What if I cannot attend that evening? Can I view a recording? Yes! If you sign up for a virtual ticket, a day or two after the live event we will email all virtual registrants (whether you were able to attend or not) a link to the recording that will be available for up to 1 month after the lecture.