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Survival Skills I: Day Hikes • CCPL: June 29, 7pm Presented by Mike Miller, Teacher and Outdoorsman • Miller is a Wyoming native who has shared his experience and enthusiasm of the great outdoors with his family, friends, students, and colleagues, sparking life-long enjoyment and appreciation of outdoor adventures in all. During this program, he’ll discuss how to prepare for a hike into the wilderness so you can view this spectacular astronomical sight as one with nature.
Survival Skills II: Outdoor Survival • CCPL: July 13, 5:30pm Presented by Rachel Woita, Bureau of Land Managment Outdoor Recreation Planner • This program will cover the basics of human survival in the wild: Seven Basic Survival Needs; Psychology of Survival; Four Human Needs; Risks; What to Bring; What to Wear; Finding Directions
Survival Skills III: Living in Bear Country • CCPL: July 20, 5:30pmPresented by Wyoming Game & Fish Department: Bud Stewart, Public Information Specialist; Dusty Lasseter, Bear Wise Coordinator • This presentation will teach you how to stay safe in bear, lion and wolf country. By learning about large carnivore biology, behavior, and ecology you can greatly reduce your risk of an aggressive encounter while recreating in the outdoors.