Sue Morse is giving a lecture series called “Wild Neighbors.” This 4-part lecture series is sponsored by Outdoor Gear Exchange in Burlington, VT.
The lecture series focuses on a better understanding the wildlife inhabitants of our local woods. You will learn feeding behaviors, browsing habits, temperaments, and importantly how to track them.
Susan Morse is an experienced animal tracker and an adept wildlife expert. She has a vast bank of knowledge regarding northeastern wildlife and forests. She is the founder of Keeping Track, who’s mission is to empower citizens with the information needed to make informed decisions about wildlife habitat stewardship. (Outdoor Gear Exchange)
The last three of the lectures are coming up!
- Topic: 2 – Wolves, Coyotes, Foxes
Date/Time: Wednesday, Feburary 6, 7:30 pm
- Topic: 3 – Animals of the North: What Will Global Climate Change Mean For Them?
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 6, 7:30 pm
- Topic: 4 – Bear With Us: Living in Harmony With Our Black Bear Neighbors
Date/Time: Wednesday, April 17, 7:30 pm (Keeping Track)
Price: The admission price is $5 per person for each lecture.
Location: The lectures will be held at the Outdoor Gear Exchange, located at 37 Church Street, Burlington, Vermont. Call (802) 860-0190 for more information.
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