Still Here, Gone, Introduced, and Returned: People and Mammals in the Adirondacks

Professor Phil Terrie

Professor Emeritus, American Culture Studies and Environmental Studies
Bowling Green State University

November 8, 2018

Olin Building Room 115

5:30 presentation, refreshments from 5:00


Co-sponsored by UCALL

Free and Open to the Public


A presentation on the history of the relationships between people and the large, charismatic mammals of the Adirondack region. How has human culture affected populations of deer, moose, bears, wolves, cougars, and others? How have these creatures figured in the popular imagination? And how have they thrived, declined, or disappeared as Euro-Americans altered Adirondack ecosystems?

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