Program on Endangered Species Act
October 23, 2019 –
Wed., Oct. 23, 6:00 p.m. Nature's Ark: The Endangered Species Act
A presentation at Lafayette Public Library, 775 W. Baseline Rd.
In 1973 Congress authorized the Endangered Species Act (ESA) – perhaps the most important piece of environmental legislation ever passed in the United States. Forty-six years later this law has saved over 90 percent of all species that were listed as endangered. To celebrate this milestone, attend this evening lecture by Jeff Maugans, retired Rocky Mountain National Park naturalist. Success stories as well as continuing issues and concerns will be discussed during this audio-visual event. Despite the many positive achievements, it is more important than ever that wildlife organizations, governments and the general public work together to protect the future for our nation's rich wildlife legacy.
No RSVP required. For more info, contact Martin Ogle at