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Tomorrow Night-Owls

 

"LOCAL WILDLIFE" TO BE TOPIC AT

NEXT HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING

 

A program on local wildlife (the four-legged and feathered variety) will be presented at the next meeting of the Lawrence County Historical Society on Monday, April 22, 7:00 p.m., at the History Center in Lawrenceville.


Ethan Plumier, Assistant Property Manager of the Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Area, in Linton, Indiana, will be the guest speaker.  The program will feature a discussion on the historical significance of wildlife management practices in southeastern Illinois and southwestern Indiana.


Plumier is a native of Lincoln, Illinois, and was educated at Lincoln Christian University, University of Rhode Island, and University of Wisconsin.  While at Wisconsin, he studied the urban and rural habitats of coyotes and red foxes.  In his current position, he conducts annual "owl prowls," where attendees learn about the importance of short-eared owls to the regional ecosystem.


The meeting is free and open to the public.

 


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