A Virtual Conversation with Sarah Bates and Torrey Ritter
National Wildlife Federation's Sarah Bates hosted a conversation on nature’s hardest-working architect – the North American beaver – and efforts to restore beaver populations in Montana with nongame wildlife biologist, Torrey Ritter, of the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
This limited capacity virtual conversation provided an opportunity for Federation supporters to connect directly with Federation and partner experts. If you missed the opportunity to register for this live discussion, we hope you will make the next one!
This recording is an abbreviated clip of the full conversation, which was hosted on March 31, 2021.
Do you have feedback or a question about beavers and efforts to restore the species in Montana? We would love to hear from you. Please reach out to our team at AllAccess@nwf.org.
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