MSU Wonderlust Lecture Series: People and Carnivores
- Monday, February 10, 2020 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm
- Museum of the Rockies, Hagar Auditorium
Field Director for People and Carnivores, Bryce Andrews, will present on people and carnivores, as part of the MSU Wonderlust Lifelong Learning Side-Trip Speaker Series.
Bears, wolves, and cougars naturally roam from their core habitat areas in search of food, security, and mates. They often pass through human communities where attractants such as garbage, crops, and livestock are common. When conflicts occur, carnivores are often killed. There are ways to proactively reduce these conflicts, so that carnivores can move about freely and people and property stay safe. In this side trip, we will learn how we can live with large carnivores so that these native species can exist in their historic range and add wonder and mystery to the western landscape.
To register for this talk and MSU Wonderlust membership information visit montana.edu/wonderlust or call MSU Wonderlust at Academic Teachnology & Outreach (406) 994-6550.
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