Living with Bears in the North Country

Friday, February 15, 2019, 7:00 pm at the Brett School

TCC is bringing Naturalist-Photographer Susan C. Morse back for another informative
and fascinating wildlife presentation. Admission is free.

On Saturday, February 16, Susan will lead two interpretive walks at the Community School.
9:00 to noon & 12:30 to 3:30. Rain, Snow or Shine!
Limit of 20 people per Walk - $20/person.
Contact Chele Miller to reserve a spot and arrange payment.
323-8328 or chele.miller47@gmail.com

Other Local Events of Interest

Chocorua Lake Conservancy -- Owl Prowl with Lynne Flaccus, Monday,
Feb. 18, 6:30PM. Meet at the Hammond Trail parking area on Scott Road
in Chocorua with warm clothes, a flashlight, and snowshoes if you have
them. We will walk into the Scott Preserve to listen and call for owls.
Snow date is Tuesday, Feb. 19. Call the office for more info, 603-323-6252.

Green Mountain Conservation Group — Annual Meeting and dinner with
featured speaker Ben Kilham, black bear researcher and rehabilitator.
March 2nd at Camp Cody
Learn more here: http://www.gmcg.org/gmcg-21st-annual-meeting-with-ben-kilham/

Chocorua Lake Conservancy and the Cook Memorial Library -- Wednesday,
March 20, at 7PM at the Cook Memorial Library in Tamworth there will be a
talk on VERNAL POOLS with CLC Stewardship Director Lynne Flaccus and
Lucy Gatchell of the Tamworth Conservation Commission. Learn about the
teeming life that breeds in these ephemeral woodland puddles and ponds.