National Geographic Live - The Secret Life of Bears with Rae Wynn-Grant
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National Geographic Live

The Secret Life of Bears with Rae Wynn-Grant

Tue, Jan 19, 2021

Capitol Theater
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Tue 01/19/21 7:30 PM

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Approximately 75 minutes + 15-minute Q&A session, no intermission

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Ages 6 and up

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Add to Calendar 01/19/2021 07:30 PM 01/19/2021 09:30 PM America/Chicago National Geographic Live – The Secret Life of Bears with Rae Wynn-Grant Rae Wynn-Grant is dedicated to wildlife ecology research, but it wasn’t until life brought her to Kenya at age 20 that she had ever taken a hike, pitched a tent to camp or seen a wild animal. While there, she studied East African lions—top carnivores that live in close quarters with local communities—and observed that problematic interactions between the two groups threatened conservation efforts. Now, Dr. Wynn-Grant is finding similar patterns for North American black and grizzly bears. Capitol Theater, Overture Center for the Arts info@overture.org false MM/DD/YYYY


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Rae Wynn-Grant is dedicated to wildlife ecology research, but it wasn’t until life brought her to Kenya at age 20 that she had ever taken a hike, pitched a tent to camp, or seen a wild animal. While there, she studied East African lions—top carnivores that live in close quarters with local communities—and observed that problematic interactions between the two groups threatened conservation efforts. Now, Dr. Wynn-Grant is finding similar patterns for North American black and grizzly bears.

As a scientist with the National Geographic Society’s Last Wild Places Initiative, Dr. Wynn-Grant works to protect and restore iconic wildlife populations—grizzly bears, bison, pronghorn, cougars, and more. But there’s an obstacle: roads, fences, and cattle ranches crisscross the habitat of these wide-ranging animals. Dr. Wynn-Grant studies the movements and behaviors of the bears in an effort to find ways to improve the relationship between local communities and the powerful wildlife that surround them.

Join this committed carnivore ecologist for a fascinating look inside the secret lives of bears and a report from the front lines of the mission to help humans and carnivores coexist peacefully.

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