Wild About Wild Habitat with Sue Morse

Past event
Apr 27, 2023, 7 to 8:30 PM

When: Apr 27, 2023, 7 to 8:30 PM

When it comes to wildlife, renowned photographer and wildlife researcher Sue Morse puts it this way: "If you DON'T build it, they will come." In other words, wild animals need intact, interconnected, wild habitat to survive and thrive. Join Sue as she shares her remarkable photos and insights about the wildlife with whom we share this place we call home, their need for wild habitat, and the actions individuals and communities can take to promote wildness. In this online talk, she'll focus on the Champlain Valley—Vermont's most densely populated region—where opportunities still abound to encourage wild habitats. So pop your popcorn, gather family and friends, and savor Sue's presentation! Q&A will follow Sue's talk.

To register and receive a Zoom link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wild-about-wild-habitat-with-susan-morse-tickets-601659127647

Based in Jericho, VT, Sue Morse founded and serves as science director for Keeping Track, which promotes monitoring of wildlife habitat by training both professionals and community volunteers in science-based field study methodology. She has monitored and photographed wildlife since 1977, with an emphasis on documenting the presence and habitat needs of bobcat, black bear, Canada lynx, and cougar.

Sue's talk is hosted by St. Michael's College Center for the Environment and is co-sponsored by Vermont Family Forests, The Watershed Center, and Lewis Creek Association.

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