From 7pm until 8pm
Vernal Pools are temporary surface waters that are inundated in winter and typically dry up in summer. They provide essential breeding habitat for certain salamanders and frogs, as well as fairy shrimp. Vernal pools are incredibly important on the landscape as they provide temporary habitat for migratory wildlife such as birds and turtles, as well as mid food chain support for larger wildlife species. This evening presentation will introduce the basics of vernal pool ecology, and will include identification and classification, evaluation and conservation of these amazing habitats.
Zoom link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82559286800