[email protected] is a new program series that gives you an opportunity to learn about the habitats and wildlife of Odiorne Point State Park after-hours.
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Twilight is a special time in Odiorne Point State Park, when nocturnal critters awaken and headlamps and flashlights make the tide pools and forest glow. Join us to discover the magic during our new [email protected] program series, offered bimonthly on Tuesday evenings.
All programs begin at the Seacoast Science Center. [email protected] is free-of-charge, however, a suggested donation of $5 per person is greatly appreciated.
Because space is limited, registration is required.
If you are unable to attend, please let us know in advance (by 3 pm on the day of the event) so others can take part in the program. Likewise, if you are unable to reserve a spot, please call one hour before the event and we will add you to the participant list if there is space available.
About the Owl Prowl
Tuesday, March 10, 2020, 5:30-7:30pm
After a brief program on owl anatomy and behaviors, we’ll head out onto the trails to search for signs species commonly found in our region. SSC Naturalist Emily will demonstrate owl calls of native species and we’ll do our best to imitate the calls on the trail. You never know whoooo we’ll hear!
Please wear appropriate footwear for walking the trails, and bring bug spray and a flashlight or headlamp.
Upcoming 2020 Nature at Night Schedule*
*subject to change
THIS COPY IS HIDDEN. Bat Walk
THIS COPY IS HIDDEN September 10
THIS COPY IS HIDDEN There are 8 species of bats in New Hampshire, all of which are of “conservation concern.” Discover what species have been spotted here in Odiorne, how hibernating bats have fallen prey to the deadly White Nose Syndrome, and what you can do to help NH Fish and Game with their bat count survey. Also, learn how you can make a bat house to encourage natural insect control in your yard.
THIS COPY IS HIDDEN Please wear appropriate footwear for walking the trails, and bring bug spray and a flashlight or headlamp.
THIS COPY IS HIDDEN. Evening Tide Pooling
THIS COPY IS HIDDEN Tide pools provide habitat for many fascinating marine animals and plants that have adapted to the stresses of changing tides, waves, salinity, temperature, and oxygen. After a short lesson on intertidal ecology we’ll head to the tide pools to search for critters that live among the rocks and seaweeds.
THIS COPY IS HIDDEN Please wear rain boots or closed-toed shoes that can get wet.