Ever wonder what happens to wildlife as the human footprint expands—and what’s being done about it?
The Community Library will welcome Kit Fischer, senior program manager for National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife Conflict Resolution Program tonight, July 24, at 6 p.m. for “Resolving Wildlife Conflicts in the Sawtooth Valley.”
Fischer will discuss the National Wildlife Federation’s Adopt-A-Wildlife Acre program, intended to provide a future for wildlife in the West by addressing conflicts with livestock.
The event is free and will take place in the library’s lecture room.
For more information, visit comlib.org or call The Community Library at (208) 726-3493.