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Massachusetts Predators of the Past and Present Presentation, Belchertown – Some predators, like wolves and mountain lions, have not had an established population in Massachusetts since the mid-1800s. Other predators, like coyotes, black bears, and bobcats, can now be commonly found across the state. Join this talk with the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife from 2 – 3 p.m. at the Les and Terry Campbell Quabbin Visitor Center (100 Winsor Dam Rd, Belchertown) or virtually to learn more about the presence of mammalian predators in the Commonwealth and how to coexist with today’s wildlife. This program is a part of DCR’s Winter Presentation Series and registration is required; click here to register.
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The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) is the state agency responsible for the conservation of all freshwater fish and wildlife in the Commonwealth, including endangered species. MassWildlife restores, protects, and manages land for wildlife to thrive and for people to enjoy.