LEARNING ABOUT FURRY FRIENDS -- Presenters from Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge were at Lunenburg Elementary School on Sept. 15. Students were able to learn about the natural habitats within the area of the Connecticut River Basin, as well as talk about the animals and explore the effects of water erosion. Above, an instructor listens to a student question while the group strokes the pelts of various foxes, a beaver, and other forest dwellers. The replicas of animal skulls were also handled, allowing children to view teeth and talk about the foods these animals eat. Participating in this group (clockwise from the left) are Raul Mendez, Spencer Irwin, Ethan Labounty, the teacher/presenter, Una Colby and Sonny Colbeth.
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