Join us Thursday, November 29th 2018!
Join us at our annual Wild x Wild photography exhibition of wildlife 'selfies' captured from remote cameras in natural areas and Poudre School District middle schools around Fort Collins, Colorado.
Join world-renowned snow leopard expert Dr. Rodney Jackson for a rare glimpse into the elusive cat’s world! With more than 30 years of field experience, Rodney was the first biologist to radio-collar and track snow leopards through the rugged high mountains of Western Nepal. A true journey of spirit and discovery!
All proceeds support RMCC's mission to conserve wildlife from the top down through scientific research, community projects, and education initiatives.
In addition, Rocky Mountain Cat Conservancy researchers will be on hand to offer a peek into the lions and other wildlife species in your backyard – Fort Collins’ elusive mountain lion, Colorado’s top predator.
Thursday, November 29th 5-8 pm
Doors open at 5 pm
Lecture begins in the Dome at 6:30 pm
FORT COLLINS MUSEUM OF DISCOVERY
408 MASON COURT, FORT COLLINS, CO 80524
Price: $10/$8 for members
Wildlife conservation, from the top down