Well … not literally P-22.

Beth Pratt, the California Regional Executive Director of the National Wildlife Federation and driving force behind the #SaveLACougars campaign (as well as P-22’s very entertaining social media presence) is launching a series of live conversations / interviews and question and answer sessions with folks involved in the outdoors around Southern California.

The events will be broadcast on P-22’s official Facebook Page, which you really should be following regardless.

Today (3/26) at noon, Pratt will be giving an update on the Liberty Canyon Overpass on the 101, which when built will be the world’s largest wildlife crossing. Tomorrow (3/27), she’ll be hosting a live Q&A after a free streaming presentation of the documentary P-22: the Cat that Changed America.


Pratt is still putting together the complete schedule, but Modern Hiker Founder Casey Schreiner will be live and joining the conversation on Friday, April 10th at Noon Pacific

We’ll post an updated schedule here once it’s finalized, but we just wanted to give you a little save the date in the meantime. Hope to see you there!

Featured Photo by Steve Winter

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Modern Hiker, Author of "Day Hiking Los Angeles" and "Discovering Griffith Park." Walking Meditator, Native Plant Enthusiast.

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