Arts, Dining & Entertainment
February 15, 2017

Habitat speaker discusses climate change and its effect on animals

Habitat speaker discusses climate change and its effect on animals

Wednesday, Feb. 22, 7 p.m.—PROCTORSVILLE—Sue Morse of Keeping Track, Inc. will return to the Cavendish Town Elementary School, 573 Main Street in Proctorsville Wednesday, Feb. 22, 7 p.m. to present a talk entitled “Animals of The North—What Will Global Climate Change Mean for Them?”
The program is co-sponsored by the Grafton Nature Museum and the Cavendish Community and Conservation Association. The program will be appealing for all ages, children and adults. Suggested donation is $5 for adults and $2 for children.
Sue Morse is a nationally recognized naturalist and habitat specialist with forty years of experience tracking and monitoring wildlife uses of habitat throughout North America. When not in the field conducting research, leading training programs or photographing wildlife, Sue can often be found presenting her findings and award-winning images to a wide range of audiences.
For more information, call Claire Walker at 802-226-7259.

 

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An American Beaver sits happily munching on something. See how animals living in the north will stack up against climate change in a talk with Sue Morse.

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