Tag: education

Conservation and Natural History of Vermont’s Bumble Bees

For those who missed Kent McFarland’s excellent Zoom presentation on the conservation of Vermont’s Bumble Bees, you can watch the recorded version at your leisure through this link: https://val.vtecostudies.org/events/recorded-events/ This presentation was brought to you by the Salisbury Conservation Commission. 

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Amphibian ID and Ecology – Online Course

an email from Jim: Herpers, a former student of mine by the name of Zac Cota is offering an online course on Amphibian Identification and Life History through the North Branch Nature Center starting next week. See the information below.

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Protecting amphibians (video interview with Jim)

Enjoy this brief video interview with Jim about conserving amphibians Via NBC Boston at https://www.nbcboston.com/news/local/vt-researcher-aims-to-protect-amphibians-from-car-tires-other-threats/123450/

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to Herpers: catching up, volunteers for data gaps

Herpers, reports are pouring in. Thanks for sending them in. I am still about 50 reports behind, so it will take me a while to catch up. Spring has now arrived statewide. A small group of volunteers joined me to

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Events: Slippery Creatures (Cornwall, Feb 27) and Snake + Lizard Neighbors (Fair Haven, March 3)

We have two local presentations coming up. The first is in Cornwall at the Elementary School on Wednesday, February 27th at 7 PM and is Slippery Creatures of Cornwall: Salamanders and Others!  It is brought to you by the Cornwall

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