The Center for Wildlife Studies “Wild Maine” Series, in partnership with the Camden Public Library, continues with a presentation by Lee Kantar, State Moose Biologist for the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, on Tuesday, February 6, at 6:30 PM.
Kantar will share about legends, lessons, and the livelihood of Maine’s most iconic mammal. You will learn about the biology, ecology, and uniquely interesting facets of the moose and its world. This program will reveal how cool moose truly are!
This is a hybrid program and will take place in the Picker Room and on Zoom. To attend virtually, register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fs93hkcjQ_iup05AV1F2yw
Lee Kantar is the State Moose Biologist for the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. He is responsible for the research and management of moose for the state of Maine. His focus is on moose population dynamics, disease, and management. Lee was honored by the North American Moose Conference as a Distinguished Moose Biologist in 2019.
Photo: Kantar getting read to put a radio collar on a moose.
The mission of the Center for Wildlife Studies is to provide accessible environmental education worldwide and promote wildlife conservation through science.
Learn more about CWS by visiting their website: centerforwildlifestudies.org
Learn more about the “Wild Maine” series here: centerforwildlifestudies.org/wild-maine