Summer Lecture Series September - New England Cottontails in Rhode Island by Lou Perotti, Director o
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LOCATION: 2865 Tower Hill Road, Saunderstown, RI, 02874
All proceeds go to the WILDLIFE CLINIC OF RHODE ISLAND
In this lecture, RWPZ director of conservation programs Lou Perotti will describe the conservation status of the endangered New England cottontail and share the latest news about its numbers in the wild and about ongoing efforts to restore this species and its native habitat. This is a collaborative project between several federal government agencies, including the US Fish and Wildlife Service and USGS; various state government organizations in New England, including the fish and wildlife divisions of Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maine, and New York; several zoos including Roger Williams Park and the Wildlife Conservation Society; various non-profit conservation organizations; the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe; and, several other organizations dedicated to this species.
For more background, see this link: https://newenglandcottontail.org/
The images below are from the USFWS.