Joy Marzolf from Massachusetts Audubon’s Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary will discuss the lives of local wild animals in winter at the Wellesley Free Library, Wakelin Room on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 7pm. . Explore the unique ways that plants and animals have evolved to survive cold, dry winter conditions. Learn about the animals that escape winter by hibernating or migrating, and the others that adapt by changing their daily patterns of foraging and hunting. What animals are you most likely to see in winter? How do you know who is coming through your yard? Come find out more about our local wildlife, as well as occasional visitors, and what brings them to our neighborhoods in winter.Free and open to the public. Jointly sponsored by the Wellesley Conservation Council and Wellesley Free Library.