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Leave it to those dam Beavers
September 23 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Discover how and why beavers love to build dams and gnaw trees, car tires and axe handles. Learn about the value of beaver pelts in American history. Learn why beaver teeth have to gnaw and how they can cut down trees. Includes the display of a stuffed and mounted beaver.
PowerPoint presentations by Chemung River Friends Executive Director Jim Pfiffer.
Door prize: A hand-made hiking stick made from a riverside sapling.
$15 at the door. No reservations required. They include one free New York State craft beer or wine, snack foods and a chance to win a door prize. The fees helps River Friends continue to offer educational programs.