LUNCHBOX Talk: Connecting with Wildlife Habitat
with Julie Tuttle, Ecologist
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Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Fee: Free, preregistration required.
Picture yourself on a deserted island…alone. Increasingly, our wildlife and plant species find themselves in nearly isolated, shrinking habitat with limited, often life-threatening options for moving between habitats to find food, mates, breeding sites, and refuge. Join Ecologist Julie Tuttle to learn about our diverse habitats, the wild life they support, and the state of habitat connectivity in our area. Results of a recent project, A Landscape Plan for Wildlife Habitat Connectivity in the Eno River and New Hope Creek Watersheds, as well as regional planning efforts show us where, and how, we can support the persistence of wildlife and plant populations into the future.