This event is FULL due to limited parking (Our overflow parking area is too soggy.)
If you have already RSVP’ed, please consider carpooling! Downtown Occidental is a great place to gather into a single vehicle. Thanks!
Audubon Canyon Ranch and OAEC present
Living with Lions: co-existence with an iconic American carnivore
Tuesday December 4, 2018 from 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Occidental Arts and Ecology Center, Meeting Hall
15290 Coleman Valley Rd
*Please park in the upper parking lot (2nd driveway).
$5 suggested donation at the door. No one turned away for lack of funds. RSVP required.
In California, mountain lions are at the top of the food chain and play critical roles in the maintenance and functioning of our natural ecosystems. Yet mountain lions themselves live a fragile existence as more of us choose to live and play in wild places. Audubon Canyon Ranch is studying our region’s mountain lions to identify priority habitats and key wildlife corridors and to promote ecosystem conservation throughout our region. Audubon Canyon Ranch’s Wildlife Ecologist, Dr. Quinton Martins, will provide an update on the research results of Living with Lions, ACR’s mountain lion research and education project. Join us in OAEC’s new Meeting Hall for an evening of learning and discussion around co-existing peaceably in lion country. Learn about the lion project on the ACR website >