Animals of the Night

Flyer for Animals of the NightJoin Storrs Library for a virtual presentation on Animals of the Night! From bats to fireflies, frogs and more, learn about the animals that come out in our neighborhoods at night, especially during the summer. Many of these animals include important predators, such as bats, frogs and owls, and help us unseen under the cover of darkness. Some of these animals, such as fireflies, are also under threat. Learn what you can do to help these amazing creatures of the night!

Joy Marzolf has been a Naturalist and Educator for over 16 years, 13 of those with Mass Audubon. She teaches classes for adults and families including a wide variety of programs on wildlife including wildlife behavior and photography
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We will be using Zoom for this presentation. You will need a computer, smartphone, iPad, or similar device that has a camera and audio ability.
 
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Register in Advance.  You will receive an email invitation to join shortly before the program begins.
Date:
Monday Jul 6, 2020
Time:
3:30 PM  -  4:30 PM
Location:
Zoom
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