Coexisting with Cougars
Join us Sunday, November 7th, for a talk by Korinna Domingo, Founder and Director of the Cougar Conservancy. In this presentation she will cover topics related to human-cougar coexistence.
The mission of the Cougar Conservancy is to reduce human-wildlife conflict and conserve cougar populations through science-based management and conservation.
Korinna is a wildlife biologist from Los Angeles, California. Korinna has worked throughout the western U.S. to enhance human-cougar relationships through education, outreach, conflict management, and science-based policy. On April 20th, 2020, Korinna founded the Cougar Conservancy after the legal killing of mountain lion P-56 caused a major uproar in the conservation community. She works collaboratively with state and federal agencies, non-profit organizations, and private partners to prevent, manage, and reduce human-cougar conflicts. To learn more, visit www.cougarconservancy.org.
NOTE: Event is limited to 100 people. Send an email to **** firstname.lastname@example.org **** for an invitation to this virtual event. Time is CDT.