G2 Gallery, NWF and National Park Rangers Present: Helping Los Angeles’s Mountain Lions Discussion

Industry: Environment

Southern California Mountain Lion Experts Will Give Important Update on Progress of Cougar Conservation, Liberty Canyon Wildlife Crossing

Los Angeles, California (PRUnderground) May 12th, 2015

“Helping Los Angeles’s Mountain Lions:  An Update on the Liberty Canyon Crossing”, May 14, 7:00–9:00 PM

On May 14, 2015, The G2 Gallery will welcome California Director of the National Wildlife Federation Beth Pratt-Bergstrom and National Parks Service Biologist Jeff Sikich for a fascinating talk on the famous P-22 mountain lion and the future of a wildlife crossing at Liberty Canyon.

Timed to coincide with G2’s popular Getting There: A Wildlife Crossing Over the 101 photography exhibit, the talk features two of the foremost experts on the mountain lions of Los Angeles – Pratt-Bergstrom and Sikich. Sikich, who captured and collared L.A.’s most famous cougar, P-22, will speak on the state of cougars in the Santa Monica Mountains and the work being done to save them. Pratt-Bergstrom will talk about the #SaveLACougars campaign and how the general public can get involved in the push to build a wildlife crossing in Liberty Canyon.

Lion4_Johanna Turner_WM.jpgRSVP is required for this free event – please email rsvp@theg2gallery.com or call 310.452.2842. The evening will include wine, hors d’oeuvres and complimentary valet in front of the gallery.

Location: The G2 Gallery (www.theg2gallery.com) 1503 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291

Tel. 310.452.2842, E-mail info@theg2gallery.com

Contact: Diane Shader Smith, 310.386.6803, dianeshadersmith@gmail.com

Bennett Rea, 310.452.2842, bennett@theg2gallery.com

About The G2 Gallery

The G2 Gallery is an award-winning nature and wildlife photography gallery that facilitates change by bringing attention to environmental issues through the persuasive power of photographic art. G2 shares this passion with both celebrated and emerging environmental photographers, who use the camera as a tool to inspire conservation.

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