Join Us: A Discussion on Two of the West's Toughest Predators

Be part of the Center's new Saving Life on Earth series.
Grizzly bear and wolverine
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Few animals embody wildness like grizzly bears and wolverines. They're fierce, mysterious — and in trouble.

Join us on Thursday, April 30, for a Saving Life on Earth discussion about our work to defend two of our most iconic carnivores: grizzly bears and wolverines. The presentation will include Center Senior Attorney Andrea Zaccardi and Endangered Species Program Director Noah Greenwald.

The hour-long webinar will start at 4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET. It's free, but you need to sign up.

We're excited to bring these weekly Saving Life on Earth webinars to wherever you are. Just because we're almost all homebound doesn't mean that we can't dive into our passion for saving wildlife. Each week the Center will convene a small team of experts to discuss some of the more important topics of our times.

This week's conversation will dive into the biology and significance of grizzly bears and wolverines and how you can join our campaigns to ensure they have the long-term protection they need to survive.

Sign up here for Thursday's conversation. We'll see you there.

Tierra Curry

Tierra Curry
Senior Scientist
Center for Biological Diversity

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Photo of Yellowstone grizzly bear by David Renwald/Flickr; wolverine by Tambako the Jaguar/Flickr.

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