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“Wildlife on the Palouse” comes to Colfax Library

A whitetail buck feeding on apples dumped in the forest as bait is photographed by a hunter's motion-activated trail camera. Learn about wildlife on the Palouse with local biologist Brian Gaston on Monday, March 11 at 6 p.m. in The Center at Colfax Library. This meeting of ‘Science on the Palouse” focuses upon the wildlife found on the Palouse, their behaviors and habitats. (NATE KROHN / NATE KROHN)
A whitetail buck feeding on apples dumped in the forest as bait is photographed by a hunter's motion-activated trail camera. Learn about wildlife on the Palouse with local biologist Brian Gaston on Monday, March 11 at 6 p.m. in The Center at Colfax Library. This meeting of ‘Science on the Palouse” focuses upon the wildlife found on the Palouse, their behaviors and habitats. (NATE KROHN / NATE KROHN)

Learn about wildlife on the Palouse with local biologist Brian Gaston on Monday, March 11 at 6 p.m. in The Center at Colfax Library. This meeting of ‘Science on the Palouse” focuses upon the wildlife found on the Palouse, their behaviors and habitats.

The “Science on the Palouse” series will continue the second Monday of each month with regional experts exploring new topics and issues each month.

Sponsored by The Whitman Conservation District, these presentations are geared toward adults but youth 10 and older are welcome to attend. For more information, contact the Colfax Library at 397-4366 or Brian Bell, Whitman Conservation District at 288-4644 or brianwhitmancd@gmail.com.

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