Published On: Thu, May 15th, 2014

Tarter presents talk on mussels at Cranberry Mountain Nature Center

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Cranberry MusselswebMussels: The “living Rocks”  of our streams will be presented at the Cranberry Mountain Nature Center Saturday, May 17, beginning at 10 a.m.

Guest speaker, US Forest Service wildlife biologist Kim Tarter, will talk about freshwater mussels, also known as clams. He will cover the life cycle, habitat, identification, their importance, how to find them and invasive species of mussel.

Tarter will also have his collection on-hand for everyone to view.

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