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Tree Basics Class: Trees and Wildlife ZOOM

Thursday, November 12 2020

Are trees important for wildlife? Yes, very. Besides providing a wide variety of habitat, trees are central to a complex food web that includes hard (nuts) and soft (berries) mast, leaves, and insects. All are essential for the survival of our diverse wildlife (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals). Learn also about how vital native plants are to the survival of our native species. This talk by Tree Steward Kathy Nepote will increase your awareness of the importance of trees (both living and dead), the complex nature of plant and wildlife interactions, and also point out visible signs of wildlife in our environment. Registration required: please use the following link to register: https://forms.gle/cENAZT98MCbSmYcDA

7:00pm - 8:30pm

Contact the event organizer, Kathryn Nepote