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Wildlife Solutions: Bumbling Babies

Why is there a fawn on my lawn? What should I do if I find a baby bird? Where do bats have their babies? Got baby brain? Find the answers to all of these questions and more with the RIDEM Division of Fish and Wildlife Outreach Team. Learn about where and when baby wildlife is born in Rhode Island, and why and how biologists are studying them. This will be a HYBRID program in partnership with the Jesse M. Smith Memorial Library. Join us in-person at the library or tune in from the comfort of your own home. This program is FREE, but registration is required so that we can prepare materials and send Zoom links for those attending online.




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