Susan Morse, nationally recognized naturalist and director of Keeping Track, Inc., will be offering a special presentation about ways in which northern wildlife species are already being affected by climate change. Canada lynx, moose, American marten, caribou, polar bears, arctic fox and arctic marine and waterfowl ecology are some of the species and subjects covered in this beautiful and positive show. Open to all ages.
There will also be a full-day field workshop with Susan Morse at the Greenberg Reserve the following Saturday to learn more about how to discover and interpret wildlife sign from an expert.
Fee: Friday, March 21 PowerPoint show – $5/person or $10/family. Open to all ages.
Saturday, March 22 Field Day – $35.00/person (the group will be limited to 20 people & geared towards adults and older teens)
Pre-registration for both the PowerPoint show and Field Day is required by Friday, March 14 as space is limited. Please call the center for more information and to register.
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