Lunch and Learn: When Predators Become Prey

Lunch and Learn: When Predators Become Prey

Thursday, July 19
Program: 11 am – 12:15 pm
Lunch: 12:15 – 1 pm

Carnivores (meat-eating animals)are typically thought of as "kings of the jungle" or "top dogs" in the food chain. But rarely do we consider what preys upon these predators and what these animals must do to avoid being someone else's meal! Professor Wiline Pangle of Central Michigan University as she discusses how animals from chipmunks to hyenas make anti-predator decisions and deal with danger. Please register by July 17 to reserve a lunch.

Program only: Members FREE | Non-Members $6
Program and Lunch: Members $12 | Non-Members $17