Jeff Green | Aug 24, 2006
Feature Article - August 24, 2006
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A close look at an animal both famous and infamous
Michael Runtz, eminent naturalist, will share his passion, knowledge and photos with us in the “Featured Speaker Series” of the Friends of the Salmon River on Monday, August 28 at 7 pm in the Tamworth Library. All are welcome at no cost.
Come and feast your eyes and ears ona slide presentation onthe much misunderstood Gray Wolf and theEastern Canadian Wolf. We will also explore the relationship between wolves and the Eastern Coyotes commonly found in the Salmon River area.
Michael Runtz is recognized throughout North America as a premier naturalist and natural history educator. His 13-part TV Series, Wild by Nature, was broadcast on Discovery Channel; his first book, Moose Country, was a Canadian bestseller; and his other six books have been equally powerful.
In addition to his extensive knowledge of his wild and beautiful subjects, Michael has the ability to instil his love of nature in his audiences. He shares his passion for nature at widespread public presentations with TV viewers, and with park visitors at wolf howls. Students at Carleton University count him one of the most popular instructors.
Join us for this unique and powerful presentation. Following the show is our Annual General Meeting. Friends of the Salmon River is a community group dedicated to protecting the watershed and informing all citizens and users of the river about good stewardship practices.
For more information, contact Susan Moore