Oct 29, 2020
Cougars, Conservation, and Canines: For Families

Cougars, Conservation, and Canines: For Families

Katie Dolan, MFA, MES – 
Was presented on October 29, 2020 at 1:00 – 2:30 PM Pacific – with limited live Q&A afterwards. (2:00 – 3:30 PM Mountain, 3:00 – 4:30 Central, 4:00 – 5:30 PM Eastern)

How do cougars adapt to a changing world? What’s family life like for a cougar? What should you do if you are lucky enough to see a cougar in the wild? How have celebrity cougars changed the world? How can pet owners help cougars and other wildlife? Join author and conservationist Katie Dolan to learn more in a presentation for families.


Katie’s Wildlife Ambassador series combines watercolors, information sidebars, and storytelling to explain conservation issues to adults and children. In Charles, the Crowded Cougar, a gregarious Newfoundland dog befriends an orphaned mountain lion and helps him out of a prickly situation. Along the way, readers discover ecological roles of cougars, Native American views, cougar family life, and ways to reduce human-cougar-pet conflicts.

Receive a copy of “Charles, the Crowded Cougar” signed by author Katie Dolan with a donation of $20 (selecting the book “ticket” does not automatically register you for the event).

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