Maybe you heard her on NPR's "Morning Edition" or VPR's "Vermont Edition".
you read her column in Northern Woodlands magazine or have seen her wildlife
photography in books such as Bobcat: Master of Survival or A Guide to
The Florida Panther. And possibly your offspring have learned about Sue
reading The Woods Scientist, a children's book featuring her work.
Wherever you have heard the name and recorded her fame, there is nothing
Sue Morse in person. Which you can do this Thursday (April 16th) at 7P.M. in
Thetford Academy's Martha Rich Theater. Sue's topic will be "The Cougar
The East". In her talk and slide presentation, Sue will confirm cougar
and tell us why she thinks cougars are attempting to recolonize their former
habitats in eastern North America. Besides cougars, Sue will also
enlighten us about
other cats and critters which are making comebacks in New England and what
habitat they need to survive and thrive.
Don't miss this special opportunity to see Sue Morse in action and find
out why she
is regarded by an expert on mountain lions as "one of the most capable and
experienced naturalists in the United States".
And, yes, once again, delectable refreshments will be served at this
event co-sponsored by the Thetford and West Fairlee Conservation