Search for signs of winter wildlife
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MARLBORO- Join Southern Vermont Natural History Museum assistant director Michael Clough for a guided walk around the Hogback Mountain Conservation Area. Search for signs of winter wildlife, actively discuss interests of the group, and look for exciting discoveries. Bring snowshoes and appropriate clothing for the weather and don’t forget the camera. Meet at the old Alpenglo Ski Lodge on Route 9 adjacent to the Hogback Mountain scenic overlook at 1:30 pm on Saturday, January 12. This is a museum-sponsored free event, but donations to the museum will be accepted. For questions or directions call (802) 464-0048.
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