From 7pm until 8pm
Wildlife viewing is a favorite activity of White Mountain residents and visitors. This illustrated program features many of our iconic species such as black bear, moose, snowshoe hare, bobcat, and American marten. We will also learn about interesting insects, reptiles, amphibians, and birds that make our mountains their home. We will discuss trends in wildlife populations such as range expansion and contraction. We will provide tips on where to see wildlife.
David Govatski retired from the US Forest Service after a 33-year career as a Forester and Silviculturist. He has a Bachelor of Science in Forest Management and a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Silviculture from the US Forest Service. He has a keen interest in forest and wildlife conservation and he co-authored "Forests for the People: The Story of the Eastern National Forests." His articles and photographs have appeared in several magazines, and he is a frequent guest speaker and trip leader.
Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/96497179834
Meeting ID: 964 9717 9834