Weasel on over to Wallenpaupack on March 10th

Did you know that the Mustelid (weasel) family has, pound for pound, some of our country’s fiercest predators? In Pennsylvania, we can sometimes see the elusive, slender-bodied mink, the longtail weasel, the shorttail weasel, the fisher, the least weasel, the river otter and their cousin, the skunk. Get to know more about these mysterious mammals from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 10, at PPL’s Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center.

Naturalist Carissa Longo uses live domestic ferrets, animal mounts, furs and video clips to help us delve into the natural history and differing characteristics of these beautiful mammals. This program is appropriate for families and children ages 6 and older.

This program is free and open to the public. Registration is not necessary for this program. For more information, contact PPL at 570-253-7076 or pplpreserves@pplweb.com.
For directions to this event, please visit www.pplpreserves.com, click on “Lake Wallenpaupack,” then select “Directions.”

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