NMU Library Hosts 'Spirit of the Hunt' Exhibit

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Northern Michigan University's Lydia Olson Library is hosting a multimedia art exhibit titled "The Spirit of the Hunt," presented in collaboration with Project Coyote. It is curated by Catherine Plank, a University of Michigan graduate student, and intended to promote discussion while highlighting the “beauty and values of wolves and other wildlife in the Great Lakes region.”

Project Coyote is a fiscally sponsored project of the nonprofit Earth Island Institute in Northern California. Its mission is to promote compassionate conservation and coexistence between people and wildlife through education, science and advocacy.

The exhibit runs through Dec. 10. It can be viewed during Olson Library ‘s open hours, typically 7:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. (closed Nov. 25-27). The library has also created a resource page on relevant wolf research to accompany the multimedia presentation.

For more information, contact Plank at plankcat@umich.edu. The NMU contact is Leslie Warren, dean of  Library and Instructional Support, at lwarren@nmu.edu or 227-2117.

"Rebuilding the Great Lakes Wolf," Driftwood, by Catherine Plank, 2021.
"Rebuilding the Great Lakes Wolf," Driftwood, by Catherine Plank, 2021.
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Kristi Evans
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