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Posted: November 16, 2012

Wildlife in the Rockies: An evening of science and imagery

On Monday, November 19 join us for an evening devoted to wildlife in the Rockies. You’ll hear from three incredible people, bringing together science and stunning imagery. Admission is by donation.

Appearing at the Red Tree Lodge in Fernie, at 7:30 p.m., are John Weaver, Tony Clevenger and Steven Gnam.

John Weaver: Dr. Weaver has conducted research, restoration, and large-landscape conservation for carnivores in the Rocky Mountains for 40 years.

Tony Clevenger; Dr. Clevenger studies wildlife connectivity in the Rockies, with a focus on highway crossing structures (pictured above). Recently he has been involved with a citizen mapping project tracking wolverines in the Rocky Mountain Parks.

Steven Gnam: has been photographing wildlife, landscapes, and people in adventure across the western U.S. and Canada for the past 12 years. His work focuses on the wild lands of the Rocky Mountains. See some of his images here.

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