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Compassionate Coexistence with Wildlife
October 14 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
As people expand in ever-increasing numbers into areas such as mountains and canyons, it is inevitable that conflicts will arise with wildlife already inhabiting those areas. Naturalist Kate Scott will help us understand the habits and needs of our animal neighbors and learn to respect those needs. Kate will share practical, simple ways to enjoying wildlife watching in the Madrean Archipelago eco-region.
Be sure to bring the family to this interesting presentation. The children will enjoy exploring the “Bat Cave,” designed just for them and providing opportunities to learn about the environs of the Huachuca Mountains, including the creatures who make their homes here.
For safety reasons occupancy in Carr House is limited to 49 people. In the past, the audiences for some popular programs have exceeded that number. Please arrive early to be sure you get a seat, as additional visitors over the limit will not be admitted while the program is going on. Overflow guests will be invited to watch a live stream of the program at our outside picnic area.