Coyote – America’s Song Dog
A free public presentation on the carnivore in our midst!
April 25 6:30 pm
Morse High School Auditorium
Plenty of time for questions • Great for families • Learn about a local carnivore
Geri Vistein is a Conservation Biologist whose focus is carnivores and their vital role in maintaining the biodiversity of our planet. In addition to research and collaboration with fellow biologists here in Maine, she focuses her work on educating our Maine community about carnivores, and how we can coexist with them. She has achieved this through creative outreach projects with artists, musicians, poets and puppeteers, and by presenting the powerpoint program, “Coyote~ America’s Songdog” to diverse audiences all over the state of Maine. She works with Land Trusts who seek to initiate greater biodiversity on the land they have protected by incorporating carnivores into their goals. She is also collaborating with organizations and schools to teach children through experiential learning opportunities, and partnering with universities in innovative educational initiatives for both students and the public.
Thanks to Wags & Whiskers for sponsoring this exciting program! They are a “Unique Boutique for Pets” complete with a dog wash and located at 176 Front Street in Bath.
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