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thurs. april 29: algonquin wolves talk/slideshow (fwd)

From: Sandra_Bauer <sandrabauer@pigeon.carleton.ca>
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999 12:45:00 -0400

Wolf Country:  Eleven Years Tracking the Algonquin Wolves
John B. Theberge and Mary T. Theberge lecture, slides
8:00 p.m.  Thursday, April 29, 1999
(Please note time change --the event is now at 8:00 pm)
Bell Canada Theatre, Minto Building, Carleton University
Tickets $8 in advance and at the door
Advance tickets (recommended)
at Trailhead, 1960 Scott Street, Ottawa and Arbour, 800 Bank
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 Algonquin 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.

"It is simple caring that leads to a cautious, sustainable harmonious
relationship with wild things, caring even for the wolf--litmus
of our environmental sincerety."  John B. Theberge

Presented by the Ottawa Valley Chapter of the Canadian Parks and
Wilderness Society, in co-operation with Carleton University's
Department of Biology, Department of Geography and Environmental
Studies, Ottawa Field Naturalists Club, and Trailhead.

For more information:
    Ottawa Valley Chapter / Section Vallee 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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