From the desk of Gal Potashnick, (603) 823-7777
A Long Winter’s Nap – How Furry Creatures Get Through Winter
FRANCONIA – Do you know which NH wildlife species go into “true hibernation” in winter? Hint: there are only three – and bears are not among them! Join Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust (ACT) on Friday Jan. 25th, 6 p.m. at the Lafayette Elementary School multi-purpose room in Franconia to learn more!
ACT’s monthly Speaker Series kicks off 2019 with a great evening of learning about animals in winter with N.H. Fish & Game Furbearer Project Leader Patrick Tate. Tate will be talking all about hibernation and other strategies furry creatures employ to survive the winter.
Come out of your own winter cover to learn about the seven wildlife species in New Hampshire that go into some kind of winter slumber, and the three that are “true hibernators.” We’ll hear all about winter survival strategies of our furry friends and which among them is best at sleeping the cold months away.
This event is free and open to the public and donations are welcome and gladly accepted. The program is geared toward adults and older children, but all are welcome. Save your spot by pre-registering at http://www.act-nh.org/education-events.
ACT is seeking sponsors for our upcoming speakers series. Interested? Please give us a call!
The Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust is the North Country’s lands conservancy, protecting land for the vitality and well-being of our region. Learn more and become a member at act-nh.org or by calling (603) 823-7777.
“A Long Winter’s Nap” Friday, January 25, 6-7:30 p.m. Lafayette School, Franconia, NH. More information at act-nh.org/education-events or call (603) 823-7777. Free and open to the public all ages welcome. Suggested $5 donation to support the speakers series and conservation. Hosted by Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust. Registration is appreciated but not required.
“ACT’s Shoes & Brews in Bethlehem” Saturday, February 9, 2 – 5:30 p.m. Information and registration at act-nh.org/education-events or call (603) 823-7777. Free and open to the public all ages welcome. Suggested $5 donation to support conservation. Hosted by Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust. Registration for the Shoes is required and capped at 20, registration for the Brews is appreciated for planning but not required.
“Mountains of Ice: Glaciation of the White Mountains” Friday, February 22, 6-7:30 p.m. Bethlehem Town Hall, Bethlehem, NH. More information at act-nh.org/education-events or call (603) 823-7777. Free and open to the public all ages welcome. Suggested $5 donation to support conservation. Hosted by ACT. Registration is appreciated but not required.