Fighting for our wild places

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Fighting for our wild places

Naturalist, author invited as part of wilderness celebration
Naturalist and author Doug Peacock – seen in this archival photo in Glacier National Park – will appear at two events this week in Durango. He was also the basis for Edward Abbey’s iconic George Washington Hayduke character.
Naturalist and author Doug Peacock, who was the basis for Edward Abbey’s iconic George Washington Hayduke character, will appear at two events this week in Durango.
Naturalist and author Doug Peacock, who has been exploring America’s wild places for decades, will appear at two events this week in Durango.
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Doug Peacock will present “Wilderness Under Siege” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave. Tickets are $10. Peacock will also be on hand for a screening of the documentary “Wrenched,” at 6 p.m. Friday at the Powerhouse Science Center, 1333 Camino del Rio.

Fighting for our wild places

Naturalist and author Doug Peacock – seen in this archival photo in Glacier National Park – will appear at two events this week in Durango. He was also the basis for Edward Abbey’s iconic George Washington Hayduke character.
Naturalist and author Doug Peacock, who was the basis for Edward Abbey’s iconic George Washington Hayduke character, will appear at two events this week in Durango.
Naturalist and author Doug Peacock, who has been exploring America’s wild places for decades, will appear at two events this week in Durango.
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