As seasons change, we continue to witness the impacts of climate change throughout the United States and around the world, from mega-fires and extreme drought to major storms and flooding events. People are increasingly having to respond and adapt to these climate impacts, it is important to remember that wildlife must do the same. Wildlife species are experiencing major changes to their habitats and home ranges, and these changes have implications for how we interact with and go about protecting these species.
What you’ll do
Join Wild Bear and the Mountain Lion Foundation for a hybrid in-person/webinar presentation led by Conservation Advocate, Logan Christian from the Mountain Lion Foundation. Logan’s presentation will highlight some of the major climate impacts we are seeing in the Western US, how wildlife, including mountain lions, are responding, and implications for preventing human-wildlife conflict and supporting wildlife conservation. After the presentation, Logan will hold an outdoor demonstration on how to stay safe in mountain lion country for in-person event participants.
About the speaker
Logan Christian is a Conservation Advocate for Mountain Lion Foundation based in Salt Lake City, Utah. He holds a BS in Environmental Studies from Utah State University, an MS in Natural Resources and Environment from the University of Michigan and has over five years of experience educating the public about wildlife conservation issues with a focus on carnivores. Logan has also been involved in climate action and advocacy through legislation and research for years.
How to Get There
Wild Bear Nature Center Eco-Arts Lounge (located next door to the nature center at 20 Lakeview Dr) and online.
Sunday, October 17th, 1-2:30 PM
FREE, donations greatly appreciated
How to register
Please visit this link to pre-register for the online webinar, visit the booking form below to pre-register for the in person event.
Bookings are closed for this event.
Once a Wild Bear, Always a Wild Bear. For 25 years, Wild Bear has helped children and adults forge lifelong connections to nature through creative exploration of the outdoors. Specializing in mountain ecology, Wild Bear welcomes visitors to its hands-on nature center and provides year-round educational programs for people of all ages.