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FILM SCREENING
Cull of the Wild: The Truth Behind Trapping

Camilla Fox
Animal Protection Institute

Thu, Apr 6, 12:45
Room 123, Boalt Hall

Cosponsored with the Animal Law Society

Camilla Fox, Director of Wildlife Programs for the Animal Protection Institute (API), will screen API's award-winning video CULL OF THE WILD: The Truth Behind Trapping. Featuring new and archival footage and exclusive interviews with trappers, biologists, veterinarians, several members of Congress, and wildlife advocates, CULL OF THE WILD: The Truth Behind Trapping exposes the inherent cruelty of trapping and refutes the myths perpetuated by trapping proponents. Ms. Fox, producer of CULL OF THE WILD and an expert on trapping, will then discuss issues pertaining to trapping, the fur trade, and predator control in the United States.

Camilla Fox is the Director of Wildlife Programs for the Animal Protection Institute, a national non-profit animal advocacy organization headquartered in Sacramento, California. Ms. Fox has been involved in wildlife and environmental advocacy for more than fifteen years and is a noted expert and frequent speaker on issues ranging from wildlife conflicts to predator control, trapping and the international fur trade. She has authored more than 50 publications and is co-author of the acclaimed books, "Coyotes in Our Midst: Coexisting with an Adaptable and Resilient Carnivore," and "Cull of the Wild: A Contemporary Analysis of Trapping in the United States." She is also producer of the award-winning documentary "Cull of the Wild: The Truth Behind Trapping." Camilla served as an appointed member on the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture's National Wildlife Services Advisory Committee and currently serves on various national and international coalitions and advisory boards.

Working across the United States and headquartered in Sacramento, California, the Animal Protection Institute (API) is a national non-profit animal advocacy organization working to end animal cruelty and exploitation through legislation, litigation and public education.

 

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