Vermont's Wildlife in a Changing Climate
Location: The Green Mountain Club in Waterbury Center, VT
12/13/18 | 7-9 pm
Join us for the next engaging and informative talk in our Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor Series. This time, we'll hear from Tom Rogers, a biologist for the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, about the capacity of local wildlife to adapt to a changing climate.
“From warmer, wetter winters to increasingly severe storms, wildlife faces a variety of challenges from a changing climate,” said Rogers. “We’ll discuss how different species might continue to respond to many of these challenges and what conservationists are doing to address them."
Through colorful photos and captivating stories, the audience will come away with a new understanding of how climate change is affecting wildlife. Rogers will talk about what people can do to help conserve biodiversity in Vermont, and how the Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor is an integral part of facilitating wildlife's ability to move and adapt to our ever changing landscape.
This event is free and open to the public.
Register here, to let us know you're coming!
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