Ecotone – a wild look at sharing territory with human animals
June 30th, 2-4pm, Fort Collins Harmony Library
e·co·tone n. A transitional zone between two communities containing the characteristic species of each.
As cities and suburbs expand, the natural areas that support wildlife are shrinking. We’ve grown used to sharing our neighborhoods with foxes, rabbits, squirrels, and raccoons, but what does it mean to compete with humans for resources? Have you ever wondered what our manicured world looks like through the eyes of a mountain lion, bear, or coyote?
We’ll read excerpts from John Muir and Jack London, and write about our favorite “wild” spaces. We’ll explore the subtleties of voice and point-of-view from the perspective of both human and wild animals in a life or death competition for land and resources. Facilitators are published authors and members of Writing for Peace.
Where: Harmony Library · 4616 South Shields, Fort Collins
When: Saturday, June 30th, 2-4pm
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