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Cougars, Coyotes & Bears, Oh My! PUBLIC LECTURE, 11/18

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    Cougars, Coyotes & Bears, Oh My! Living With Predators in the Rural Areas. Tuesday, November 18th, 6:30-9:30pm, FREE! Carco Theatre in Renton, WA. To
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      Cougars, Coyotes & Bears, Oh My! Living With Predators in the Rural Areas.
      Tuesday, November 18th, 6:30-9:30pm, FREE! Carco Theatre in Renton, WA. To
      register & receive directions contact the King Conservation District at
      206-764-3410, ext. 125 or Roseanne.Campagna@....

      Learn about the predators native to Western Washington and find out how you
      can keep your farm, animals & family safe from these animals.


      Speakers:

      öWildlife biologist Rocky Spencer from Washington Department of Fish and
      Wildlife will be the first speaker. Rocky, the dangerous game manager for Western
      Washington, spent the past 8 years studying the lives of cougars in the Cedar
      and Green Watersheds. Rocky will cover the larger predators including bears,
      cougars, coyotes and bobcats.

      öWildlife biologist Dave Pehling from WSU Cooperative Extension will cover
      the smaller predators. Dave, an educator for many years, is well known for his
      entertaining and knowledgeable presentations on animals. Dave will cover
      smaller predators including raccoons, opossums, raptors, skunks & neighborhood
      dogs.


      Ú Bears
      Ú Cougars
      Ú Coyotes
      Ú Bobcats.
      Ú Raccoons
      Ú Opossums
      Ú Raptors
      Ú Skunks
      Ú Neighborhood dogs.


      Topics & questions that will be covered:

      · Are you concerned about your kids playing in the woods where you know
      there are Black Bears?
      · Do you worry about loosing livestock to coyote or cougar attacks?
      · Do you & your neighbors regularly loose cats & assume the coyotes are
      getting them?
      · Does it worry you to trail ride in areas known to have cougars?
      · Can bobcats attack your barn cats?
      · Would you like to diagnose who's been doing the killing?
      · Would you like to learn techniques to keep these predators off your
      property?
      · Are you interested in learning more about the needs and biology of these
      creatures?

      Learn about the predators in your backyard as well as what to do to minimize
      encounters with them and how to protect yourself, your family and your animals
      from potential harm.


      Tuesday, November 18th, 6:30-9:30pm, FREE! Carco Theatre in Renton, WA.
      Contact the King Conservation District at 206-764-3410, ext. 125 or
      Roseanne.Campagna@....


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