Cougar caught on camera. Photo: Land Trust.

March Nature Night: Cougar Conservation in the 21st Century

Apr 01, 2016 by Deschutes Land Trust
Biologist Rick Hopkins presented our March Nature Night on Cougar Conservation in the 21st Century. Enjoy the slides from his presentation.

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Thanks to those of you who came out to our March 30th Nature Night on Cougar Conservation in the 21st Century! It was a great presentation full of fascinating information from biologist Rick Hopkins.

Enjoy the slides from Rick's presentation below.

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For more information, visit the Cougar Fund.

About Rick Hopkins:
Rick Hopkins is co-owner and Senior Conservation Biologist at Live Oak Associates, Inc. (LOA), an ecological consulting firm based in California. LOA provides public and private clients with science-based solutions to complex natural resource questions. Rick holds a Ph.D. in Wildlands Resource Ecology from University of California, Berkeley and an M.A. in Biology at San Jose State University. His graduate research involved a 12-year study on the spatial ecology of the cougar in the Diablo Range, above San Jose, California.