REI Monthly Nature Talks in the Seattle area

Join the company of some of the region’s finest naturalist authors and teachers. Each month features a different topic of nature study, with presenters sharing from their abundant knowledge in that specialty area.

Upcoming Presentations in the Nature Talks Series:

Wolves in Washington State

Date: Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Time: 6:30pm-8:00pm
Location: Redmond REI [Get Directions]
Cost: Free! [Donations Accepted]

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Wolves fishing for salmon? Swimming in the open ocean? Wolves in the Cascades just a stones throw from Seattle? A mountain landscape inhabited by moose, caribou, grizzly bears, and wolves right here in Washington State? Join professional wildlife tracker and photographer David Moskowitz for an evening of captivating images and stories about wolves in our region. David draws together his personal encounters with the species from here in Washington and adjacent states and provinces with cutting edge research on the species’ ecological and conservation role in our region’s diverse landscapes. Learn how citizen scientists have helped document the presence and distribution of wolves and other rare carnivores across the region and get an update on the latest information we have on the current distribution of wolves in Washington.

Presenter: David Moskowitz

David Moskowitz is an Instructor with the Tracking Intensive and a project manager for the Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project. He joined Wilderness Awareness School in 2005, bringing with him over a decade of experience teaching outdoor  and environmental education throughout the United States including at  Outward Bound and the North Cascades Institute. He is the author of the...

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