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Animals of Dummerston and Where to Find Them 4/29/22

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Friday, April 29, 2022, 6:00 pm Location: Dummerston Elementary School. Southern Vermont Natural History Museum Managing Director, Michael Clough brought non-releasable live animals from the Museum collection and touchable artifacts to highlight some of the iconic as well as the lesser seen species of Dummerston,Vermont. Members of the audience were invited to share their own stories and experiences to bring this program even closer to home. Michael Clough is a Vermont native who has spent over 20 years in the fields of environmental and live-animal education. With a focus on North America and New England, his goal is to get everyone outside to explore their own backyards to experience the amazing nature of the region. Currently the Managing Director of the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum, he has worked with some amazing organizations including Four Winds Nature Institute, The Wolf Conservation Center, VINS, the Raptor Project and Putnam/North Westchester BOCES Center for Environmental Literacy.

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Friday, April 29, 2022 - 10:15

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