Wetland Wildlife Photo Exhibit

 In Fall of 2018 and Winter of 2019, VLAWMO placed remote cameras at various wetland locations in the watershed. The results showed a variety of birds and mammals using these wetland spaces in familiar and surprising ways. Descriptive text follows each photo in the gallery, explaining the animal and the behaviors that are documented on film. The Wetlands and Wildlife photo exhibit is on display free of cost at the White Bear Lake Library until the end of May. 

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Ramsey County Library in White Bear Lake:

2150 2nd St, White Bear Lake, MN 55110

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