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This program will be held at 2:00pm Tuesday, May 21st.
The cougar (or puma concolor) once roamed wild throughout the Northeast. It was declared locally extinct in about 1890. Since then there have been numerous sightings and a cougar was killed last year by an automobile in Milford, Connecticut. Yest the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service continues to maintain that the species is extinct in the Northeast. Robert Tougias is a nature writer and photographer who has been studying the Eastern cougar for two decades. He will discuss the real story of this wild creature — extinct or not? Copies of the book will be available for sale and signing. Proceeds benefit the Friends of the Library.
Seats are limited. Please click here to register.
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