(Jackson, Wyo.) - Tonight, the Nature Mappers will hold their annual celebration of the local wildlife-friendly community of citizen scientists. Jason Wilmot of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, a wildlife biologist who has studied wolverines for 16 years, will share stories about his on-the-ground work to learn more about some of the rarest carnivores in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. While many days of searching produce nothing, every observation matters to the future of the rare and wonderful wolverine and lynx. The event is tonight at 5:30 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. It includes a potluck dinner and a presentation. The event is free. More information is available here.
*Feature Photo: h/t Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation / Pitchengine
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