I’ll be giving a wolverine talk this coming Monday, September 11th, on the campus of Utah Valley University in Orem, Utah. I’m excited about this opportunity – it’s the first time I’ll give a wolverine talk in Utah, and I love talking to university students.
Also, whoever designed this poster has a fantastic sense of humor. So I’m looking forward to hanging out with these folks.
I think this is open to the public – most university guest lectures are – so please drop by if you are in the area.
This Friday, March 31st, I’ll be giving a talk for the Friends of the Little Pend Oreille Wildlife Refuge in Colville, Washington. I’m excited for this opportunity – they’ve been fantastic in the planning stages of the event, so I anticipate a good venue and a great crowd. I’ll be talking primarily about wolverines and wolverine research in the US – it’s a talk for a scientifically-literate lay audience, complete with some hand-drawn illustrations, and photos and video from cameras in Montana.
I’ve never been to this park of the world before, so I’m also looking forward to seeing a part of wolverine country that I haven’t yet visited.
The talk will be held at the Colville Community College theater, 986 S. Elm St. Doors open at 6:00 and admission is free. You’ll also have a chance to win wolverine-related door prizes, which is unique in my experience of giving talks. Details are here. If you happen to be in the area, I hope to see you there. Bring your sense of curiosity and some good questions.