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Panel: Conserving Migratory Wildlife & Working Lands in Paradise Valley
September 23 @ 11:00am
A new report from PERC, Elk in Paradise: Conserving Migratory Wildlife and Working Lands in Montana’s Paradise Valley, reveals the complex and sometimes conflict-prone relationship between private landowners and elk in Montana’s Paradise Valley. Based on extensive surveys and interviews with the valley’s residents about their attitudes toward wildlife, Elk in Paradise identifies and discusses the points of conflict between people and elk. It also suggests what landowners need to remain good stewards of an important migration corridor and critical winter range for the Northern Yellowstone Elk Herd.
Join PERC on Wednesday, September 23 at 11 am MDT for a panel discussion on the report’s findings and how they can contribute to efforts to conserve wildlife migration corridors in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Whitney Tilt, PERC Impact Fellow
Arthur Middleton, Wildlife Ecologist
Malou Anderson-Ramirez Anderson Family Ranch, Tom Minor Basin Association
Druska Kinkie, Rancher, Paradise Valley
Catherine E. Semcer, Research Fellow, PERC