From 10am until 12pm

Winter presents a big challenge in tree identification - the diagnostic leaves have been shed leaving you with nothing more than bark and branches. Tin Mountain Conservation Center is offering a 2-hour field program on how to identify trees in winter, both deciduous and conifer.

Naturalist Dave Govatski will take participants through the unique characteristics and identifiers of the region’s trees, including twig characteristics, branch arrangement, and bark, this program is appropriate for all levels. Dress warm and bring a snack.

Registration fee: $15/person or $25/household; members free.

This program is currently full. Please call 603-447-6991 if you would like to be placed on a waiting list.