Teresa Kramer of Canton Raptor Care will present the annual Betty Kleiner Memorial Lecture at Roaring Brook Nature Center on Sunday, June 5, at 3 p.m.
“Some Oddities & Unique Characteristics of Our New England Raptors” will focus on the various birds of prey found in our area. Kramer will demonstrate how we can work together to ensure that birds of prey continue to thrive in New England.
The lecture is co-sponsored by the Canton Land Conservation Trust and Roaring Brook Nature Center.
Betty Kleiner was a long-time CLCT volunteer, according to the organization. Active in many area and statewide conservation efforts, she was a past-president of the Hartford Audubon Society.
Admission to this program is free to members of Roaring Brook Nature Center, the Canton Land Conservation Trust and the Hartford Audubon Society; $5 for others. Additional information is available by calling the Nature Center at 860-693-0263.
Click here for a March post on dotCANTON.com about Teresa Kramer and Canton Raptor Care.
Annual CLCT Meeting, Picnic
Kramer’s lecture will be followed by the Canton Land Conservation Trust’s annual members’ meeting at 4:40 p.m. Co-presidents Charlie DeWeese and Barry Deutsch will report on CLCT’s activities and operations over the past year, and there will be an election of directors for the class that will be serving until 2014.
After the meeting, at 5:15 p.m., the CLCT will hold its annual members’ picnic at the nature center.