You're invited to a showing of a 40-minute film chronicling the breeding season at a local Great Blue Heron colony. Carrie Crompton spent six months videotaping the activity of a local colony of herons, from the first arrival in March to the final departure of the fledglings in September. It's a "chick flick," rated PG for some some heron romance, violent feedings, and fowl language.
Following a short presentation, there will be a Q & A period with presenter, Carrie Crompton, an apprentice in Goodwin’s Master Naturalist program
This free event is sponsored by the Connecticut Forest & Park Association (CFPA).