Invasive Pests and Forest Health Presentation Thurs., March 9th at 7 PM

Friends of Missisquoi NWR is hosting a series of free online events on invasive species. The first session in the series, Invasive Pest and Forest Health, is this Thursday, March 9, at 7:00. Savannah Ferreira, Forest Health Specialist from the VT Agency of Natural Resources will be sharing her knowledge of the destructive pests and pathogens that are threatening Vermont's forests. Learn how to identify the Emerald Ash Borer, the Asian Long-horned Beetle, and other forest invasives, and become aware of what to do if you find them. She will present important identification information that all birders should be aware of when heading out into Vermont forests in order to help keep a look out for these invasive pests. Registration for this event and others in the series can be found at

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