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Wild & Connected Series Continues

Green Frog (©Larry Master; www.masterimages.org)

In late January, Susan Morse gave a dynamic talk on bobcats with more than 75 people in attendance. A local guide and sportsman who attended the event in Whallonsburg, NY wrote an article entitled “Cat Talk on a Cold Day” about our conservation efforts in the eastern Adirondacks.

Next up is an outdoor exploration of amphibians! Please join Dr. Dave Patrick of Paul Smith’s College as we learn about the ecology of the region’s frogs and salamanders, as well as the threats facing these sensitive creatures. We’ll head out with flashlights in the evening to see what we can find. The program will take place in the Essex, NY area. Learn more about this event on April 28.

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