Free eagle and photography event at Southern Vermont museum
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MARLBORO- The Southern Vermont Natural History Museum is pleased to present a rescheduled visit from William Dean, eagle expert and photographer.

Dean will bring seven years of intensive experience studying and observing northeastern bald eagles to the museum on Saturday, January 25, at 4 pm.

Dean’s program will feature stunning photographs and video shot primarily at Barton Cove and Quabbin Reservoir in Massachusetts.

An engaging speaker and excellent photographer, Dean’s work has been featured by US Fish and Wildlife and his talks and exhibits have been well-received throughout New England.

This presentation will fill up fast so contact the museum to preregister at (802) 464 0048.

This is a free event thanks in part to the support of the Hogback Mountain Conservation Association and Hogback Preservation Trust.

Admission to the museum will be free after 3 pm if the program is mentioned at the front desk.

Visit www.vermontmuseum.org for more information.
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