Webinar: Wild Canines of the Southeast
Wolves, coyotes, and foxes have left an indelible mark on American history. Canine observations and encounters include historical documentation, fiction, and folklore elevating stories to legendary status. But how do these stories compare to the research about canine biology and their life history? For instance, how many canines call the Southeastern U.S. home, how big, and how many are roaming among us? Is there reason to be fearful, and if so, who should be fearful? Can future canine generations co-exist, survive, and thrive? What can we do to ensure a healthy balance?
To answer all the questions howling in the back of your mind, join us for a talk with Sensing Nature’s Senior Wildlife Biologist Jeanne Murphy as she guides us down nature’s path. Canines are not the only wily ones when Jeanne is leading the pack. Prepare yourself as she replaces common misconceptions with an appreciation and admiration of our mysterious southeastern canines.
This webinar is recommended for adults and families (suggested ages of 7 years old and up).
This program is sponsored by the Friends of Weedon Island. Our Friends support the Weedon Island Preserve through education, preservation and protection of its habitats, ecology, and cultural history. Learn more about our Friends at https://friendsofweedonisland.org/.
Pinellas County complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this class you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Prior to ten (10) working days before the class, please submit your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. In your request, please be sure to include the date and title of the program you need accommodations for, indicate that the Weedon Island Preserve Cultural and Natural History Center is the program host, and what specific accommodations you will need.