‘Rare Carnivores of Mt. Adams’ Nov. 9 at White Salmon Library

The Friends of Mount Adams will present a free public lecture, “Rare Carnivores of Mount Adams” on Nov. 9, 7-8 p.m. at the White Salmon Community Library Meeting Room, 77 N.E. Wauna Ave.

Speakers will be Dr. Jocelyn Akins, Research Director of the Cascades Carnivore Project and a wildlife biologist from Hood River, and Dr. Jeffrey Lewis, Mesocarnivore Conservation Biologist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.

Akins and Lewis will focus on their year-round field studies of the Cascade red fox and the reintroduction of the fisher to the southern Cascades, respectively. They will also discuss research on other rare carnivores that inhabit Mt Adams, including the wolverine and the Pacific marten.

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