Bobcats: Wild Yet Wonderfully Near Us!

Date: 
Thursday, March 21, 2019 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 
Smilie Memorial School, 2712 Theodore Roosevelt Highway (Rt 2), Bolton, Vermont 05676

Join wildlife ecologist Susan Morse for a fascinating, fun, and visually stunning slide show and lecture about the ecology and behavior of bobcats living in Vermont.  While the focus will be on bobcats, and also lynx; learn about other mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles that live here, as well as the habitat they require to survive and thrive. 

This presentation is being hosted by the Bolton Conservation Commission and the Richmond Conservation Commission.  For more information contact; Virginia Haviland of the Bolton Conservation Commission at vehinvt@gmail.com or Judy Rosovsky, of the Richmond Conservation Commission at Judy.Rosovsky@vermont.gov.

The public is welcome to attend, and there is no pre-registration or fee.

Be sure to visit Keeping Track’s sales table before and after the program.  We are delighted to announce that we now have our updated “Wildlife and Habitats” book, fresh from our wonderful Williston, VT print shop, Paw Print and Mail.  Copies will be available for sale at this event.