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NEW DATE: Wild Animals We Thought We Knew

May 17 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

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Naturalist and professional tracker Susan Morse has traveled North America photographing and studying some of our most iconic creatures, including cougars, bears, caribou, wolverines, and Canada lynx. Her studies of scent-marking and “babysitter trees” have contributed to the new body of research that shows how little we have understood these animals, potentially resulting in management assumptions and practices that are inappropriate. Sue argues that it’s time to approach conservation and management with humility. With global warming and habitat fragmentation already impacting the lives and populations of many species, there is no time to lose. This presentation will offer a fresh synthesis of new discoveries. Sue’s breathtaking wildlife photos will illustrate the talk.

This event is co-hosted with Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center.

This event is free and made possible by NEWT’s wonderful community of supporters. Please consider a $5-10 donation to support Northeast Wilderness Trust’s work to save wild places. Click here to make a gift…thank you!

 

About the Speaker

Susan Morse is an ecologist, professional wildlife tracker, educator, and published author. She is the founder and science director of Keeping Track, a non-profit that serves to engage communities in monitoring wildlife and their habitats. Teams that Susan has trained have conserved more than 40,000 acres of land throughout North America.

Details

Date:
May 17
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
https://bit.ly/speakerseries-wildanimals

Details

Date:
May 17
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
https://bit.ly/speakerseries-wildanimals