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Lecture: Bears of the World- the Natural History of the Ursine Clan

Lecture: Bears of the World- the Natural History of the Ursine Clan In-Person

Tuesday, July 26


All ages welcome

Bears of the World – the Natural History of the Ursine Clan

We share 80% of our DNA profile with bears, and most of the regions we inhabit.  They are one of the most adaptable and intelligent animals on the planet, and have been regarded as a dangerous threat to a comical neighbor.  The truth lies somewhere in between.  Join us for a presentation to learn more about the bears of Pennsylvania and beyond.  We’ll look at their way of life, their interactions with humans, and the challenges facing them in the 21st century.  This is an interactive evening intended for all ages, with handouts, door prizes, activities for younger participants, and plenty of time for questions.

See why Mr. Strasser holds bears to be such fascinating creatures, and how they have been viewed by others throughout history.  Bears make excellent neighbors if you are willing to learn ways of interacting with them that benefit both sides.  You will leave this presentation either enjoying bears more than you already did, or appreciating them more than you may ever have imagined.

Tuesday, July 26, 2022
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
LIN Community Room
Branch :
Lincoln Branch Library
  Adults     Families     Seniors     Teens     Tweens  

Registration is required. There are 45 seats available.

No Geolocation available for event.

Event Organizer

Scott Strasser
Colleen Donaldson

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