With the potential for significant snowfall for the first time this season, the state Department of Natural Resources will be having a pair of informational chats on those topics.
The first online chat will take place today during the noon hour. The topic is how animals survive the winter. Heritage zoologist, Bill Smith; along with Rori Paloski, a conservation biologist, and Rich Staffen, an assistant zoologist, will be available to answer questions about endangered resources and how animals survive the winter in Wisconsin.
Then on Friday at 11:30 am there will be a chat about snowmobiles with Gary Eddy, conservation warden and snowmobile safety administrator, and Diane Conklin, snowmobile grant manager.
The online chats continue the series of information from the DNR to the public. They are available in the “Ask the Experts” portion of the DNR website.