Update: A recording of Ginny’s presentation can be found on the Land Trust’s YouTube Channel, along with a brief BBC Earth video of beavers in action.
Do you wonder why Beavers are called eager, or why they gnaw trees to build their dams? Ginny Apple will answer these questions – and your questions – in our webinar about Beaver behavior and history. She also will discuss the unique role of nature’s engineers in shaping North American landscapes and helping us fight water pollution, erosion, and maybe even climate change.
Ginny is a communications professional who hikes, climbs, kayaks, skis, and pokes her way through the outdoors with a passion for all things natural. She volunteers for the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection as a certified Master Wildlife Conservationist and serves on the boards of the Farmington River Watershed Association and Friends of Connecticut State Parks, to name just a few.
The Nature Lecture Series is co-sponsored with the Town of Bloomfield Leisure Services, who will host the webinar. You may participate on any internet-connected device with a web browser. Please register for free at left to receive login details in advance.