There is no question about it. Cougars are not only being seen in eastern North America, some are attempting to recolonize their former habitats. Where once it was flatly dismissed as an impossibility in the so-called “developed” east, scientists have now documented cougar dispersals and even occupancy in a growing list of eastern states and provinces. Join us for a magnificently illustrated introduction to cougar biology and ecology in the broad diversity of habitats where Sue has studied them, from Alberta to the Arizona/Mexico border. We will also get the low-down regarding the latest confirmations of cougars in the east, including the recently documented suitability of a substantial amount of wild habitats from Manitoba to Louisiana and Maine to Georgia. It is only a matter of time!
Sue will also lead a half-day field workshop called, "Tracking Wildlife by Understanding Habitat" on Saturday, March17th. The field workshop will start at 9:00 a.m. and end at Noon. To attend, meet at the Fells Gatehouse at 9:00 a.m.
Registration for these events is required. For more information, and to register, contact Brick Moltz at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603)763-4789 ext 5.
Fees for these events are listed below:
Members - $15.00
Non-members - $20.00
Members - $25.00
Non-members - $30.00
Combined slide presentation and field workshop:
Members - $35.00
Non-members - $45.00
You can also access information about these events at The Fells' website: https://thefells.org/view.upcoming/