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Vermont’s Wildlife in a Changing Climate

When: Thu., Dec. 7, 7-9 p.m. 2017

Climate change is disrupting flora and fauna around the globe. But how, exactly, is it affecting Vermont’s wildlife? Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department information and outreach specialist Tom Rogers (pictured) visits the Vermont Institute of Natural Science Nature Center to explore this question. In a talk illustrated by colorful photos, the biologist addresses the impacts that warmer winters, severe storms and other shifting conditions are having on the state’s native species. Rogers, who has worked on conservation projects from Kenya to Wyoming, also discusses how conservationists are addressing these environmental threats and how citizens can help.

Price: $10.

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