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ACR Mountain Lion Project: Meet Your Neighbors Presentation with Dr. Quinton Martins, Audubon Canyon Ranch (ACR)’s Wildlife Ecologist

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Date:
August 10, 2017
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Event Category:
Cost:
$10
Event Website

Sponsoring Organization

Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation
Phone:
707-527-9277
Email:
info@lagunafoundation.org

Other

Name of person entering event
Anita Smith
Email of person entering event
anita@lagunafoundation.org

Venue

Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95401 United States
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Venue Website

Laguna Environmental Center, 900 Sanford Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

$10 (non-refundable).  Pre-registration required: www.lagunafoundation.org
Dr. Quinton Martins will talk about Audubon Canyon Ranch’s Mountain Lion Project and his work with other large carnivores around the world. The ACR Mountain Lion Project is a community-based research and education project in the Mayacamas Mountains of Sonoma and Napa Counties that aims to increase scientific and public understanding of mountain lions, identify priority habitat areas for conservation, and increase appreciation for these important top predators. Come and learn more about these majestic, yet elusive creatures living in our area. Dr. Martins will share some of the Project’s preliminary research findings, answer your questions, and address fears some of you may have about how we can co-exist with this ecologically significant species.
Dr. Quinton Martins is a Wildlife Ecologist with Audubon Canyon Ranch (ACR) at their Bouverie Preserve near Glen Ellen. As ACR’s principal investigator on the Mountain Lion Project, Dr. Martins is a leading expert on large mountain cats. The founder and former CEO of the Cape Leopard Trust in South Africa, Dr. Martins has over 20 years of field experience in wilderness areas throughout much of Africa, Saudi Arabia and the USA. His work highlights the manner in which charismatic and iconic apex predators like leopards and mountain lions, act as umbrella species, and can lead to broad ecosystem conservation.

For more information, visit www.lagunafoundation.org
Or contact Anita Smith, Public Education Manager, Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation

(707) 527-9277 x 110, anita@lagunafoundation.org