From noon until 1pm
At Nature Learning Center
What birds utilize the Rockwell Sanctuary as summer breeding ground? How is the eastern brook trout habitat restoration effort progressing? How have recent cuts affected the wildlife habitat on the Bear Paw land? All these questions and more will be answered in the summer summary of seasonal Tin Mountain research. Join us for lunch to meet out interns and gain a deeper understanding of Tin Mountain’s current research initiatives. The Summer Research Recap will be held on Thursday, August 13, noon-1 pm at the Nature Learning Center in Albany.
Tyler Thomas, Brook Trout Habitat Restoration Intern, a recent graduate of Ohio Northern University, has been working with Dick Fortin on monitoring streams throughout the Mount Washington Valley for various ecological parameters as well as adding large, woody debris to improve habitat this summer.
The Avian & Forest Ecology Project has four full time summer interns, including: Anne Mauro, currently a student at the Ohio State; Connor Rosenblatt who is studying at Cornell University; and Sarah Fensore, a recent Colby College graduate.
Tin Mountain’s monthly EcoForum Series is held the second Thursday of the month and is FREE and open to the public. Enjoy free pizza from series sponsor The Flatbread Company, and coffee from Frontside Grind.