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Tuesday
28
AUG

Wild Canids of Louisiana - Discover Nature Program

18:30
The Canid Project
Event organized by The Canid Project

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Through a partnership with the Capital Area Native Plant Society (CANPS) and the Louisiana Master Naturalist of Greater Baton Rouge (LMNGBR) The Louisiana Hilltop Arboretum is proud to offer an exciting series of “Discover Nature” programs featuring local experts that are in touch with nature and are eager to share their experiences.

All programs will begin at 6:30pm in the Beverly Brown Coates Auditorium at the Hilltop:

LSU Hilltop Arboretum
11855 Highland Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70810

For members of Hilltop, CANPS and LMNGBR the fee is $5 per program, $10 for non-members, pay at the door.

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Discover Nature Program for August 2018:

Join The Canid Project on Tuesday August 28, 2018 for a presentation on the wild canids of Louisiana.

The Canid Project’s mission is to educate the public on wild canids. Our goal is to document and share the stories of not just wild canids, but also the stories of humans and the wild canids who enter each other's lives in some capacity.

We actively present this creative and educational information through our photography, non-fiction narrative, eco-tourism, conservation photography-based workshops, and community outreach to inspire and educate the public.

With active partners and programs in the USA, Canada, and England we strive to shed light on how these relationships shape our views on the wild canid species and the ramifications, both negative and positive.

As branching features, The Canid Project provides the only species-specific fox rehabilitation program in Louisiana. Through this state-permitted program we rescue, rehabilitate, and release orphaned and injured Red and Gray Foxes. We also offer consultations on humane and ethical deterrence methods of foxes and coyotes, and/or the retrieval of injured or orphaned urban Red and Gray Foxes (and coyote on a case by case basis).

Our current programs:

-Red and Gray Fox Rescue and Rehabilitation
-Conservation Photography Workshops
-Wildlife Photography Mentorship for Teens
-Community Outreach Talks and Presentations
-Periodical: Notes From The Field
-Wild Canid Book Series

The Canid Project is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible.

Http://www.thecanidproject.com