EVENT: Talk on wildlife at Tri-Area Community Center 12 Nov. 6:30 PM


The City of Port Townsend and its “burbs” share a natural setting that is both beautiful and wild. How many urbanized areas have Bald Eagles, deer and coyote sharing our parks, trails and beaches, while orcas swim right off shore?   The Quimper Peninsula is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including several large species of native carnivores: black bear, cougar and coyote as well as a bobcats and a small population of red fox. Have you ever wanted to know more about the secret lives of these animals and how you can take steps to keep them truly wild and healthy while they live among a growing human population?

All of these species will be highlighted as well as smart ways that we as humans can coexist with them in an upcoming talk by Western Wildlife Outreach’s Lorna and Darrell Smith, local wildlife experts and wildlife photographers, next Thursday at the Tri-Area Community Center. This community presentation is sponsored by the Jefferson County Democrats., and is open to all. A ten dollar donation is requested.

For more information, or to reserve your space contact For more information, contact Linda Abbott-Roe, 379-4875. Tri-Area Community Center, 10 W Valley Rd, Chimacum, WA 98325, United States Thu, November 12, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

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