Update: Thank you, Ginny, for helping us learn so much about foxes! If you missed it, a recording of this webinar is available on Wintonbury Land Trust’s YouTube Channel.
Connecticut is home to two species of fox: the brilliantly colored Red Fox with its white-tipped tail and black legs celebrated in literature from Reynard the Fox to Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss and the smaller, lesser-known Grey Fox which, believe it or not, can climb trees. These efficient omnivores play important roles in our ecosystem keeping the balance of nature in sync.
Tune-in to our next Nature Lecture to learn more about these fascinating creatures, including time for your questions. Ginny Apple, a State-certified Master Wildlife Conservationist, will lead our discussion. As a sportswriter and communications professional, she hiked, climbed, kayaked, skied, and poked her way through the outdoors. Now her home within Peoples State Forest in Barkhamsted, surrounded by bears and other wildlife, inspires her passion for sharing all things natural with us.
This free, informational webinar is a great way to learn about some of the wildlife in our community. You may participate on any device with a web browser and email access. Bloomfield Parks, Recreation & Leisure Services, our event co-sponsor, will host the webinar and email you the weblink when you register online.