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Birds and Beef and Brussels Sprouts: Vermont’s Long Agricultural History and Its Relation to Birds

Monday, April 01, 2019
6:30pm - 7:30pmWilliston, Vermont

Location Details

Dorothy Alling Memorial Library

21 Library Lane, Williston, 05495

Birds and Beef and Brussels Sprouts: Vermont’s Long Agricultural History and Its Relation to Birds

April 01, 2019 - Williston, VT

This program is free. Donations to Audubon Vermont welcome.
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Join local birder and conservationist Maeve Kim in exploring Vermonters' historical relationship with birds. Maeve will take us on a journey as we consider some questions. What creatures roamed Vermont after the last Ice Age? How did our state’s wildlife change as humans entered the picture? What birds did native Vermonters know and enjoy? How did the coming of agriculture affect birds and other wildlife? What about the many changes in the state’s agricultural landscape? What role do modern-day farmers have in preserving the state’s iconic bird species?

This program is free. Donations to Audubon Vermont welcome. vt.audubon.org/donate

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