Wildlife presentation series begins in Kingman
“Watchable Wildlife/Photography” talk is on Thursday, May 22
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has begun a summer series of wildlife presentations at the Mohave Community College Kingman campus at 1971 Jagerson Ave.
The presentations, free to the public, will be conducted the first and fourth Thursday of each month through August, except in July, when the first talk is July 10 due to the Fourth of July weekend. Game and Fish personnel will answer questions following the presentations.
“This is new to our community,” said Zen Mocarski, information and education program manager for the Game and Fish Department’s Region III office in Kingman. “I’m excited about kicking off the program. Mohave Community College was kind enough to provide the facility and Game and Fish will provide the entertainment.”
Future presentations, all beginning at 6:30 p.m., will be:
- May 22 – Watchable Wildlife/Condors
- June 5 – Condors
- June 26 – Mountain Lions
- July 10 – Fishing Arizona
- July 24 – Owls/Raptors of Arizona
- Aug. 7 – Black-footed Ferrets in Arizona
- Aug. 28 – The Desert Tortoise.
“We continually have new people moving into the tri-city area, and this provides a means to begin learning about wildlife and the issues surrounding them,” Mocarski said. “It’s going to be informative, educational, and fun.
For more information, please contact Zen Mocarski at (928) 692-7700, Ext. 2301.