Recreation and Wildlife: Conservation Considerations for Outdoor Adventures

Recreation and Wildlife: Conservation Considerations for Outdoor Adventures

When: Tuesday, March 14 at 6:30pm; Doors at 5:45 for drinks and food
Where: Twisp River Tap House (Get Directions)

Join the Methow Conservancy in partnership with Home Range Wildlife Research and Conservation Northwest to learn more about how to recreate with wildlife in mind. Outdoor recreation continues to grow alongside the population in the Western United States, and wildlife are sharing the landscape with more human visitors than ever before. With this changing context in mind, Conservation Northwest and Home Range recently released a review of wildlife-recreation research for fifteen species found in Washington. They are excited to share their findings publicly and answer questions on this increasingly pressing topic.

Doors will open at 5:45, Becca Windell of Home Range and Kurt Hellmann of Conservation Northwest will begin their presentation at 6:30pm. The Tap House will be offering drinks and delicious food on a night when they are typically closed. Come early and support a local business by purchasing a drink, a snack, or dinner! See you there!

    Banner Photo by Anna Machowicz

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