Date/TimeSaturday, November 15, 2014
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Come and learn about the natural interaction of beavers and coyotes in our urban landscapes, and see how they are both beneficial to have around. Learn about the life cycles, trials and tribulations plus basic safety concerns of both misunderstood species. What do they really eat anyway? There will be photos, pelts, skulls and other signs for hand on learning about these unique species. The talk will be hosted by Amy Marsters, wildlife technician with the Department of Natural Resources.
This will be followed later in the month with a site visit to see a beaver pond and explore their habitats. Location TBD later. Field trip will be hosted by Butch Galvez, and Amy Marsters – both wildlife technicians with the Department of Natural Resources.