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Living with Lions - Fiddletown Community Center

Please join Lynn Cullens, Executive Director of the Mountain Lion Foundation, at the Fiddletown Community Center to learn more about living with mountain lions.

Monday, September 9, 2019
5PM to 7PM

Fiddletown Community Center
14445 Fiddletown Road, Fiddletown, CA 95629

In her presentation, Cullens will clear up common misconceptions about these amazing wild cats, share interesting information about their biology and behavior and help answer any questions you might have about living alongside mountain lions. The event is free to the public, so bring a friend!

Take 50 East, get off on Watt Ave, turn Right at the light, go about 3 miles then, turn Left on Jackson Road then for about 20 miles to Plymouth. At roundabout take first exit on to Shenadoah Road. In 1 mile turn right on to Fiddletown Rd for 6 miles. The community center will be on your left a few doors past Brown’s English Toffee.

About Lynn Cullens:
Lynn Cullens grew up on ranches in Nevada and California's Central Valley, and within in the small rural communities that served them. She has been working with the Mountain Lion Foundation since 1989 when she collected signatures as a volunteer during the campaign to pass Proposition 117. After moving to Sacramento in 1990, Lynn worked for a series of environmental ballot initiatives and parks and wildlife bond acts. She served as Regional Director for the Archaeological Conservancy for nearly a decade, returning to the Mountain Lion Foundation in 2001. She created MLF's cutting edge livestock protection programs, community outreach efforts, and the design and coding of the Foundation website. As Executive Director, Lynn leads the fight to end trophy hunting in 16 states and to reduce the number of mountain lions killed as a result of depredation, poisons, traffic, poaching and habitat loss.

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