From 7pm until 8:30pm

At Nature Learning Center

New Hampshire's predators include some of the most well-known, iconic mammal species in eastern North America. They range in size from tiny bats to massive moose and everything in between. At least half of our +/- 35 species of mammals in NH can be assigned to this group, and many have incredibly specific eating habits that play a tremendous role in balancing ecosystem dynamics. This program will cover the ecology of most of the well-known predators that range through our woods, fields, and back yards, and will discuss some of the threats to their existence. Some of the more common, wide-ranging species will be looked for during our field session on Saturday the 10th of February by virtue of their tracks, scat, and other sign.

No registration necessary. $5/person or $10/household for non-members; members are free