Connecticut's Creepy Crawlies with Ron Fairchild

From snakes and salamanders to spiders and centipedes, Connecticut has its fair share of critters that creep, crawl, and slither through the undergrowth. 

Some find them most unpleasant, while others find them immensely fascinating.  One common prevailing factor is that they are greatly misunderstood. 

Join WPL’s Reference and Technology Librarian Ron Fairchild for a closer look at some of Connecticut’s creepy crawlies

and find out some of the reasons why they are not deserving of their reputations.

Photo of the eastern ratsnake (also known as the black ratsnake) courtesy of the CT DEEP website

 

 
Date:
Thursday Oct 6, 2022
 
Time:
6:30 PM
 

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There are 43 spaces available.