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Intro to Pelagic Wildlife

October 9 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Free – $5

Saturday, October 9, 3 – 4 pm
Cost: $5 (free to those attending Pelagic Trip on Oct. 11)
Leader: Jon Woolf

Watch an educational slideshow about some of the wildlife you might see just off NH’s coast. We’ll teach you how to identify some of our common pelagic birds as well as a few of our frequently sighted whale species.

This is a zoom event.

Pre-registration is required. Registration for this zoom session will close one hour before the program. If you are attending the boat trip, please RSVP below for this free zoom talk. If you are not going on the boat but would like to attend this zoom talk, please purchase a $5 “ticket”; the zoom link will be sent to you by email prior to the event.

To register for the Pelagic Birding Boat Trip, see the event for Oct. 11.

If you have any trouble registering for this zoom talk or getting the link, please email Jon.

Photo: Great Shearwater, by Amanda Boyd, USFWS

Details

Date:
October 9
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Cost:
Free – $5
Event Categories:
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Organizer

Massabesic Center
Phone:
(603) 668-2045
Email:
mac@nhaudubon.org

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