Dorothy and her pals may have been terrified of this trio, but here in the Pacific Northwest, we must guard against a ferocious foursome of carnivores. Or must we?
Lorna and Darrell Smith, wildlife biologists with the Western Wildlife Outreach will give a talk on how cultural bias against black bears, grizzlies, cougars and gray wolves hinders us from understanding these carnivores’ roles in our ecosystem. Covering the basic biology and current population status of these mammals, the Smiths, will teach how to safely live and recreate in bear/wolf/cougar country.
Learning Is ForEver offers this class on Tuesday, November 19th from 10:30 to 12:30. This presentation will be held in the Garfield Book Company at PLU, located at 208 South Garfield Street. You may register for this class by contacting Laura Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org (253) 241-4166, or by paying the class fee of $10 at the door. More information may be found atwww.plu.edu/lifeelderhostel