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S P E C I A L E X H I B I T G A L L E R Y
November 27, 2013 - November 23, 2014
Developed by the Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College with the Colorado Division of Wildlife , this exhibit addresses a need for greater public awareness on the growing issue of human encounters with mountain lions.
Recent decades have seen a dramatic rise in cougar sightings and dangerous encounters on the urban fringes of Western cities. In a few rare cases, there have been fatalities.
The exhibit's goal is to promote understanding of these predators and their long, historic relation with people. The exhibit blends science, history, and art for a comprehensive look at this mysterious predator.
The exhibit is scheduled to open informally on November 27-- the day before Thanksgiving. The museum is closed on Thanksgiving Day.
Please join us for an "official opening" reception and celebration on SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, at 1:00 PM.
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FOUR CORNERS LECTURE SERIES
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