In Woodbury, naturalists talk on Bantam River beavers

One of the Bantam River beavers. Naturalists Megan Lutz and Greg Bernard will talk at the Woodbury Library about the colony's life and adverntures.

WOODBURY — “The Beavers of The Bantam River Through a Naturalists Eyes” will be held at The Woodbury Public Library, 269 Main Street South, Woodbury, on Thursday, June 20 at 7 p.m. Join Megan Lutz and Greg Bernard as they capture the life of an extraordinary beaver colony which includes the following adventures; coming face to face with a bear cub, listening to newborn kits squeak-whine in their nursery lodge, and sitting beside a beaver father while he constructed his dome shaped nursery lodge.

Greg Bernard is a resident of Middlebury and works as a Special Education teacher in the Region 15 school district where he also runs a photography club for the middle school students. Spending time outdoors kayaking, backpacking, outdoor guiding, biking, and climbing have been a big part of his life. He spends his free time photographing the abundant beauty found in nature. Megan Lutz is a Wellness Coordinator for an addiction treatment center where she specializes in mind-body-spirit healing practices. She lives in Woodbury and spends time kayaking, hiking, outdoor guiding and practicing yoga. Her favorite pastime is studying nature and wildlife as a student of Goodwin Conservation Center Master Naturalist Program.

This Friends of the Library sponsored program is free and open to all. Please register at www.woodburylibraryct.org or call the library at 203-263-3502 for more information.

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