Lecture Looks at Late-Night Bandits

OGDEN, Utah – Raccoons – stealthy, late-night visitors in many northern Utah neighborhoods – will be the topic of Sam Zeveloff's presentation on Oct. 7 at 1 p.m. in Weber State University’s Stewart Library Special Collections.

Zeveloff, chair of the Department of Zoology at WSU, is the author of Raccoons, A Natural History, published by the Smithsonian Institution Press last year. He also wrote, Mammals of the Intermountain West, published by the University of Utah Press in 1988, and he co edited two additional books on wilderness issues.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Stewart Library, this lecture is free and open to the public. For parking information, please call (801) 626 6975. For other information regarding the lecture, please call Linda Sillitoe, Friends and communications coordinator, at (801) 626 7351.
Contact:
Linda Sillitoe, Stewart Library outreach coordinator
801-626-7351 • lsillitoe@weber.edu
Author:
Linda Sillitoe, Stewart Library outreach coordinator
801-626-7351 • lsillitoe@weber.edu