Wildlife Wednesdays 2019
 
 
The Friends of the National Wildlife Refuges of Rhode Island are pleased to announce the line-up for our 14th year of Wildlife Wednesdays—Wednesdays at 7:00 PM at the Kettle Pond Visitor Center, 50 Bend Road, Charlestown, Rhode Island. Admission is free and all ages are welcome. For additional
information pick up the full flyer at the Kettle Pond or Sachuest Visitor Center or the Trustom Pond contact station, or email friends.ri@verizon.net and ask for one.
 
 
June 19: “Seals of Rhode Island” – Bob Kenney 
June 26: “New England Frogs and Toads” – Scott Buchanan
July 3: holiday break
July 10: “Glacial Geology of Southern New England”– Bryan Oakley
July 17: “Birding Adventures in Southern Peru,”– Wayne Munns &                                                                                           Carlos Pedro
July 24: “Restoring Spadefoot Toads in Rhode Island”– Suzanne                                                                                                               Paton
July 31: “Black Bears of Maine” – Gerry Krausse
August 7: “The Spell of Yellowstone” – Laura Landen
August 14: “Ants of Rhode Island” – David Gregg
August 21: “Propagating Native Plants From Seed” – Hope Leeson
August 28: Open for a last-minute volunteer or audience request.
 

Friends is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing conservation, education, and outreach activities on the five National Wildlife Refuges in our state. We encourage everyone to join our membership and become a friend to Rhode Island wildlife. All donations are tax-deductible.