The South Yuba River Citizens League’s Wild and Scenic Arts and Lecture Series this evening will feature University of Montana Western History Chair Dan Flores with a discussion of Coyote America. Flores says he became fascinated with Coyotes when he first saw some as a young kid growing up in Louisiana.*
Flores says the Coyote’s stunning ability to live alone or in groups, its spread from the Great Plains across the continent, and it’s success in a land rampant with environmental change renders it similar to another successful species: humans.*
Flores, who is a historian and author, will present his new book in the works, “Coyote America: A Natural and Supernatural History”, tonight at 7 pm at the Nevada Theatre (301 Broad Street, Nevada City). Tickets are $15 SYRCL members, $17 non members and $10 for students under 18.