From the desk of Gal Potashnick, (603) 823-7777;
Calling All Bird Lovers! ACT’s Spring Bird Walk is June 8
LISBON – Birders of all ages and experience are invited to join the Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust (ACT) for its annual bird walk on Saturday, June 8th from 7 to 9 a.m. This year we’l be visiting an ACT property in Lisbon along the Ammonoosuc River to see and hear birds of marsh, fields, and woods.
Brush off your birding skills or come and learn new ones as we look and listen for warblers, vireos, and others species that favor being near water. We’ll also look for the eagles nest on the Ammonoosuc River to see what activity may be happening. ACT Executive Director Rebecca Brown will lead the group and offer tips and tricks for bird identification including birding by ear. After the walk, anyone interested is invited to join Rebecca for breakfast at Polly’s Pancake Parlor in Sugar Hill.
Registration for our walks is required – for your enjoyment we must cap this walk at 12 participants; please be sure to pre-register ASAP at act-nh.org/education-events as these walks fill up fast. If registration fills up early, please reach out to Gal at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the wait list as cancellations do happen. Be aware registration closes at noon on Friday, June 7th. Once registered, you will receive an e-mail with more details about the walk and the meeting location.
All experience levels and ages are welcome, please leave your pups at home. This walk is free, but donations are welcome and gladly accepted.
The Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust inspires and leads private, voluntary action to conserve land the North Country loves. Learn more and become a member at act-nh.org or by calling (603) 823-7777.
“The Dirt on Dirt: Bigger Better Compost” Friday, June 14th, 6-7:30 p.m. Franconia Town Hall, Franconia, NH. More information at act-nh.org/education-events or call (603) 823-7777. Free and open to the public, but donations are welcome & gladly accepted. Hosted by Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust. Registration is appreciated but not required.