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On Monday, March 23, Ringgold County Conservation began bringing online programs through Facebook Live.
The first program featured owls, with Ringgold County Conservation Director Kate Zimmerman showcasing Rufous, a permantley injured screech owl who resides at the Dragoon Trace Nature Center.
At the time of writing this article, the first program had 3,000 views, 42 shares and 91 comments.
On Wednesday, viewers were able to learn all about turles.
Two more programs will be available on March 27 at 10 a.m. you can logon to learn about salamanders and on Monday, March 30 at 10 a.m. toads will be the topic.
“We love all of our vistors at Dragoon Trace Nature Center and getting to interact and experience the wonder of nature with them,” said Director Kate Zimmerman. “While virtual programming is not my first choice by far, it is still a way for us to keep that connection and encourage people to spend time in nature during this time of uncertainty. We are extremely humbled by the response to our first video and were not expecting such a huge following. Thank you for watching!”
If you missed a program, or would like to watch again, you may do so on the Ringgold County Conservation Facebook Page.