[NEXT WK] Living with Elk & Deer Lecture, Maple Valley
- Living with Elk & Deer
Free public lecture! Tuesday evening, September 21st. 6:30 to 9pm, Maple
Ø Do you have trouble with elk eating your rose bushes or knocking down
Ø Do you wonder where they roam in the summer when they aren’t in your
Ø Would you like to learn more about their lifestyles or habitat needs?
Ø Or maybe you’re impressed with their beauty and grace and would like
to learn more about these creatures we share out lands with.
Ø Then join the King Conservation District for this free public lecture
& learn about the biology and behavior of elk as well as management techniques
for dealing with elk including how to either encourage or discourage them.
WHEN: Tuesday, 6:30 to 9pm, September 21st.
WHERE: Maple Valley Community Center, Maple Valley, WA
SPEAKERS: Lee Kantar, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
& Dave Vales, wildlife biologist for the Muckleshoot Tribe
REGISTRATION: Contact the King Conservation District at 206-764-3410, ext.
125 or via email at Roseanne.Campagna@....
Additionally, resource professionals and educational materials will be
available on programs & assitance avialable to landowners.
For more information on Horses for Clean Water….
Alayne Renee Blickle, Program Director
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