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Shifting Baselines and Endangered Species Recovery

The Montana House is pleased again to present science writer and wildlife ecologist Dr. Cristina Eisenberg and how “Global change is shifting scientific baselines for endangered species recovery”. Cristina will discuss these shifts, which include global warming, human population growth, economic recessions, and scientific advances, and how we can move forward with endangered species recovery […]

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“Saving All the Pieces: Large Carnivores in the Crown of the Continent and Beyond”

The Montana House is pleased to present another in its 8 years history of Look Listen and Learn events ─ this time with science writer and wildlife ecologist Dr. Cristina Eisenberg. Her presentation will be based on her just released book The Carnivore Way: Conserving and Coexisting with America’s Carnivores, and on her scientific research. […]

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“The Pantanal of Brazil”

The Montana House and the Glacier National Park Fund are pleased to co-host another in the series of “Look, Listen & Learn” programs at the Montana House in Apgar Village inside Glacier National Park. The featured photographer/author from West Glacier, Montana is Tom J. Ulrich with his presentation at 7:00 p.m. Saturday evening June 29, […]

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