Learn how climate change effects animals

ADDISON — What are the effects of climate change on animals native to northern climates? Find out when Naturalist Sue Morse gives a presentation entitled ‘Animals of the North: What Will Climate Change Mean for Them?’ at the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area Conference Room in Addison on Thursday, Jan. 11, beginning at 9 a.m.
Morse is the founder and science director of Keeping Track, a wildlife conservation nonprofit based in Jericho, Vermont. She will begin with a lecture and slide presentation from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and then lead the group on a nature walk at Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area until 1:30 p.m.
“This program is designed to educate audiences about ways in which northern wildlife species are already being affected by climate change, with more serious challenges ahead,” says Morse on her website.  “Canada lynx, moose, American marten, caribou, polar bear, arctic fox and arctic marine mammals and waterfowl are some of the species covered in this stunningly beautiful show. Our intent is to inspire our attendees to join us in the vital crusade to change our fossil fuel-burning ways, conserve natural resources and share a healthy planet with all that lives.”
The program is sponsored by the Hannaford Career Center and is free and open to the first twenty people who contact Amy Alfieri at [email protected] or 802-759-2398. The program is designed for adults.

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