The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum hosts a screening of Lords of Nature, a film on how predators fit into our ecosystems, and a panel discussion Wednesday [correction] evening.
It seems like an apt way to remember the two-year anniversary of a wild cougar being gunned down in a North Side alley, one of the wilder stories in Chicago outdoors.
The film (click here for more info) begins at 6 p.m. Wednesday with a reception beforehand and the panel afterward. It's free, but RSVP to Kara at email@example.com. For more event info, Click here.