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VERNAL POOLS: Wicked Big Puddles or Critical Wildlife Habitat?
Conservation Biologist Steve Faccio from the Vermont Center for Ecostudies will take us on a tour of vernal pools, the temporary pools and puddles found throughout Vermont. Do you want to know about all those peeps, quacks, grunts, clicks and trills you hear on a spring night? Come find out as Steve explores vernal pools, highlighting those noisy frogs and colorful salamanders. Learn about the ecology of these small, short-lived wetlands and the roles they play in our forest ecosystems.
Date and Time: Thursday, April 29th at 7pm.
Join Zoom Meeting
- With your computer: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83365501054
- With your phone: 1 929 205 6099 Meeting ID: 833 6550 1054
ALL ABOUT THE MILL POND
- Date and Time: Thursday, April 15, 2022 at 7pm (NEW DATE)
- Speakers: Marie Caduto – Watershed Coordinator, Vermont Dept. of Environmental Conservation
Leal Will – Regional Fisheries Biologist, Vermont Fish & Wildlife Dept.
In this month’s virtual presentation we’ll dive into the Mill Pond. We’ll find out a bit about its history and a lot about what lives there and how the it is shaped by river and man.
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
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