Managing woodlands for the benefit of reptiles and amphibians
Wednesday, December 16
9:00am – 10:00am
Vermont is home to at least 40 herpetofauna species, including 19 reptiles and 21 amphibians. Do you know which species live on your property? Do you want to manage your woodland in a way that benefits these species? Join VT Coverts as we host VT Fish and Wildlife Herpetologist Luke Groff to learn about our state’s native reptiles and amphibians and the habitats they depend on. Many of our reptiles and amphibians are relatively small and secretive and, although you may rarely see them, they play a critical role in VT’s natural communities. Learn how you can support the conservation of VT’s herpetofauna. Register in advance for this meeting:
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