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Methow Conservancy: First Tuesday (Lynx & Wildfire)

Join Methow Conservancy on the first Tuesday of each month to learn about wildlife, earth, water and climate topics that impact our community.

Methow Conservancy: First Tuesday (Lynx & Wildfire)
Methow Conservancy: First Tuesday (Lynx & Wildfire)

Time and Location

Sep 05, 2023, 7:00 PM – 7:05 PM

Winthrop, 51 State Rte 20, Winthrop, WA 98862, USA

About the event

Join Methow Conservancy on the first Tuesday of each month to learn about wildlife, earth, water and climate topics that impact our community.

For more details about each event visit their events page HERE

Join us at the Winthrop Barn to learn about the Canada lynx research being conducted by Home Range Wildlife right here in the Methow Valley. The goal of the Lynx Project is to understand how lynx use burned areas, and collect the information needed to recommend management actions for resilient forests and abundant lynx habitat into the future. Carmen Vanbianchi, research director and co-founder of Home Range, will give an overview of the project so far including stories from the field, images of the 3 adults that were live-trapped during the winter field season, and a demonstration of how their live traps work to safely capture and release these charismatic cats! This event is free and open to the public. Contact Bridger with any questions.

Building on more than 20 years of trust in the community, Methow Conservancy's mission is clear: to inspire people to care for the land of the Methow Valley.

The Methow Conservancy is using innovative and powerful approaches to:

  • Protect healthy land, clean water and fresh air
  • Connect people to the land
  • Support local agriculture
  • Be a role model for the rural mountain West

Methow Conservancy Event Calendar

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