Come by the Town Hall for free coffee and donuts on Saturday, May 7 at 9 am, mingle with your neighbors, then join us for a timely presentation, Living with Our Wild Neighbors. Children are welcome!
Beginning at 9:30 am, John Griffin, Senior Director of Urban Wildlife Programs for the Humane Society of The United States, will talk about the amazing adaptability of our furry and feathered wildlife friends as we coexist with them and share our habitats. We’ll also learn how urbanization has impacted the diversity of native wildlife.
John is a veteran in the field of wildlife, has worked with a range of species – from squirrels, foxes, and bats to great apes. He will help us better understand our Washington Grove wildlife ecology and animal behaviors, and how to humanely respond to wild animal interactions within our Town.
John and Woods Committee co-chair Pat Klein will team up for a finale ‘show and tell’ wildlife fun facts and demos to conclude our event.
This event is co-hosted by the Woman’s Club of Washington Grove and the Town Woods Committee.