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April 26, 2017

Learn more about Vermont’s forests—and who inhabits them—with wildlife tracker Sue Morse

Learn more about Vermont’s forests—and who inhabits them—with wildlife tracker Sue Morse

Wednesday, May 3, 7 p.m.—TINMOUTH—Looking to learn more about the forests of Vermont and the wildlife that inhabit them? Join the discussion Wednesday, May 3, 7-9 p.m. at the Tinmouth Community Center in a free presentation “From Butterflies to Birds to Bears” with Sue Morse of Keeping Track.

Morse is one of the top wildlife trackers in North America. Her knowledge of natural history and talent for photography will make for a wonderful and informative evening of first-hand experiences with wildlife in Vermont’s forests and beyond.

This intriguing presentation will cover a variety of topics, including how wildlife communicate in the forest community, wildlife biology and ecology, as well as the positive outcome of various forest management practices as they stimulate more productive and diversified food and cover resources for the benefit of all wildlife—from butterflies to birds to bears.

This program is free and open to the public. Registration recommended but not required. For more information or to register, visit vermontwoodlands.org, contact info@vermontwoodsandwildlife.org, or call 80-747-7900. The Tinmouth Community Center is located at 573 VT-140 in Tinmouth.

Photo courtesy of Fuchs, Wildpark Poing, Wildlife Photography
Red fox are among Northern wildlife that may be crossing your backyard. Find out about forest dwellers in a presentation with Sue Morse of Keeping Track.

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