Discover Nature Programs
Through a partnership with the Capital Area Native Plant Society (CANPS) and the Louisiana Master Naturalist of Greater Baton Rouge (LMNGBR) we are proud to offer an exciting series of “Discover Nature” programs featuring local experts that are in touch with nature and are eager to share their experiences. All programs will begin at 6:30pm in the Imo Brown Complex in the Beverly Brown Coates Auditorium. For members of Hilltop, CANPS and LMNGBR the fee is $5 per program, $10 for non-members, pay at the door.
Date: Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Featuring: Amy Shutt
The Canid Project strives to educate on the world's wild canids through visual storytelling, creative non-fiction, tourism, and community outreach. The Canid Project also provides the only species-specific fox rehabilitation program in Louisiana. Through this state-permitted program we rescue, rehabilitate, and release orphaned and injured Red and Gray Foxes. The ultimate goal is to educate on the coexistence with our native wild canids. Through these community efforts, we hope to add to what The Canid Project provides through our photographic and educational endeavors.
Amy Shutt is the Director of The Canid Project, a 501c3 non-profit, founded by Amy in 2017, which focuses on photography as a creative tool, as well as photo-ecotourism, to educate on the world's wild canids.