WHAT’S UP WITH THOSE WILY COYOTES?
- Speaker: Chris Schadler, MS, The Coyote Project
- Date and Time: Thursday March 18, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Join us for a virtual presentation, “What’s Up With Those Wily Coyotes?” with conservation biologist Chris Schadler. Chris will tell us all about our tricky neighbors, immediately followed by a question and answer session.
We’ll find out:
- How they live among us but are rarely seen
- How they have survived and thrived despite human eradication efforts
- The ecological benefits of the coyote population
- How to coexist with the coyote
Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84463412591
Meeting ID: 844 6341 2591
Dial by your location: +1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
Commission membership 2019
Irwin Kuperberg, Chair 2018-2022
Helen Hamman 2019-2023
Katharine D. Stone 2017-2021
Sunny Wright 2018-2022
Mark Wright 2019-2023
Steve Swinburne 2017-2021
The Londonderry Conservation Commission is authorized by State of Vermont statute (Title 24, Chapter 118) and reports to the Londonderry Town Selectboard.
Commission members are volunteers; the work of the Commission is supported by an administrative assistant. Appointments to the commission are made by the Selectboard, usually for a period of 4 years.
The Commission advises the Selectboard and Planning Commission concerning matters pertaining to conservation of natural resources in the town of Londonderry and undertakes projects on behalf of conservation.
Projects range from studies to actual ‘in the field’ programs. Examples of recent projects include mapping the town’s year round flowing streams, creating a database of water wells in the town, assisting owners of larger properties to learn about development rights and other methods that would prevent subdivision of their land, crop tree management of Town wood lots.
The Commission meets at the Town Offices on the third Thursday of each month. The Commission can be reached through the Town Clerk or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wildlife Photo of the Month
The Londonderry Conservation Commission invites you to submit a photo of local wildlife taken by you or your wildlife camera.
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