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The Mountaineering Center will host a lecture Monday night about cougar natural history, ecology, ongoing research and tips for living and recreating in cougar country.

The presentation includes long-term conservation efforts, including what the state has done to protect breeding females and their kittens. Kittens are totally dependent upon their mothers for their first nine months, and typically spend between ten and 24 months learning survival skills from their mother.

The lecture will run from 7-8:30.  For more information call 303-573-4898 x 1162.