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From mcr@sandelman.ottawa.on.ca  Fri Apr  9 18: 09:29 1999
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Please circulate news of this event freely.  Note also that the time has
been changed
from that originally advertised, it's at 8:00 pm.

> The Ottawa Valley Chapter of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society,
> in cooperation with Carleton University's Department of Biology  and
> Department of Geography and Environmental Studies present:
> Wolf Country:  Eleven Years Tracking the Algonquin Wolves
> John and Mary Theberge lecture and slide presentation
> The howl of the wolf symbolizes the wildness and beauty of nature.
> But how long will that howl last? One of Ontario's most famous and
> loved wolf populations faces a questionable future.  We invite you
> to join us for a compelling and informative evening to hear about
> the wolves of Algqonquin Park, the challenges they face, and
> what is required to ensure a brighter future for these complex,
> social creatures.
> The Theberges' research on the Algonquin Park wolves represents
> one of the longest running wolf studies in North America by two of
> the foremost wolf authorities.  John B. Theberge is professor of
> ecology and resource management in the Faculty of Environmental
> Studies at the University of Waterloo and Canadian representative
> on the World Conservation Union's wolf specialist group.  Mary
> T. Theberge is an illustrator, full-time wolf researcher and presents
> many popular programs about their discoveries.  The Theberges
> research has been featured on radio and television.
> Thursday, April 29, 1999 at 8:00 p.m.
> Bell Canada Theatre, Minto Building, Carleton University
> Tickets $8.00 in advance (recommended) and at the door
> Advance tickets available at Arbour, 800 Bank St.,
> and Trailhead, 1960 Scott Street
> For more information call CPAWS at 730-2797
    Ottawa Valley Chapter / Section Vallée de l'Outaouais
tel:(613) 730-2797   fax:(613) 730-0005   http://www.cpaws-ov.org
       P.O. Box 3072, Station "D", Ottawa, ON, K1P 6H6
    Defending wilderness in Ontario and Quebec since 1970.

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