Learn about coyotes in expert talk

SALISBURY — Intelligent, loving and loyal, coyotes have much to teach us — not only about our beloved pets but about healthy ecosystems too. Learn more about coyotes when The Salisbury Conservation Commission, the Salisbury Historical Society, and the Lake Dunmore/Fern Lake Association, host Sue Morse on Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 7 p.m., at the Salisbury Congregational Church.
Morse, the nationally-known naturalist, professional tracker and founder of Keeping Track will share her stunning photos and her personal adventures studying coyotes and other wild canids in habitats as varied as northern Minnesota, Montana, Arizona, the Arctic, and of course, the northeast U.S., and Canada.
Morse has 42 years of field research experience — monitoring and interpreting the habitat uses of selected wide-ranging mammals including coyotes. She is also a world-class wildlife photographer. Her work has been featured on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition, and in numerous publications, including “Smithsonian,” “Audubon,” “Amicus Journal” and “Wild Earth.”
The talk is free and open to the public.

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