Biologist featured at library's

SPRINGFIELD - On Thursday, May 27 from 7-8 p.m. at the Springfield Public Library at 43 Main St. in Springfield, Kim Royer a wildlife biologist for Vermont Fish & Wildlife, will discuss how the shift in use from forest to agricultural land in the 1800s and then the farm abandonment in the late 1800s to mid 1900s affected the populations of large furbearing animals.

For further information or directions, call the Springfield Library at 802-885-3108.

For information about other museum programs, call 802-843-2111.

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