Talk on the Effects of the Overabundance of Deer on Forest Health
7p, Nov 3rd, 2022
Join Nick Fortin (Wildlife Biologist and Deer Project Leader for the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife Rutland Office) for a talk about the impacts the overabundance of deer have on forest health and options for controlling deer numbers. Nick has a B.S. in wildlife ecology from University of Maine and an M.S. in Natural Resources/Wildlife from University of New Hampshire. Nick is the department's head deer biologist and is responsible for all aspects of deer management in the state of Vermont. He is a member of the Big Game Team, providing input on the management of other hunted species. He also works on state lands, managing habitat for a wide variety of species.
The talk will be held November 3rd at 7 pm at the at the Norwich Public Library. For those not wanting to come in person, we will have a Zoom option as well.