Upcoming Educational Events

Upcoming Educational Events

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Wildfire Forest Recovery Walk
Tuesday, October 16th @ 10am – 12pm , Free.
Join Methow Conservancy Staff Conservation Biologist Julie Grialou on a walk to explore the layered process of forest recovery after wildfire. This walk is free, but we do ask you to register so we can anticipate the group size. To sign up email us or call 996-2870. Location information will be shared after your register.

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Wolf Cougar Interactions: What We Know
Friday, October 26th @ 7pm at Twispworks “Your Space” (aka the Education Station), Free.
Lauren Satterfield will share her PhD research studying wolf-cougar interactions in Washington State. Her project is investigating how a growing wolf population affects the behavior, diet, and survival of cougars as they adapt to the presence of another top predator across a landscape that is also used by people. No registration required.

Wolf Cougar Interactions: A Field Trip
Saturday, October 27th @ 8am to 12 noon.
Ph.D. student Lauren Satterfield will also give a field course discussing how GPS collar data is used to identify where a predator might have killed a deer, and how scientists use these sites to study deer heath and risk of predation. $10. To register email us or call 996-2870. Limit 12 participants.

Originally published October 2018

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