Bats, rattlesnakes, bees and loons part of upcoming NH lecture series
MOULTONBOROUGH- Bees, bats, rattlesnakes and loons will be some of the topics covered by a summer lecture series at a lakes region nature center.
Starting with a July 6 talk titled Winter with the Loons, the Loon Preservation Committee will hold several educational presentations covering a slew of topics with a New Hampshire focus.
The events will be held at The Loon Center, 183 Lee's Mill Road in Moultonborough.
Loons, common in Granite State lakes during the summer months, will be traced on their seasonal journey. The presentation will be given by Kittie Wilson.
Also in July, Ted Levin will talk host America's Snake, The Rise and Fall of the Timber Rattlesnake on July 20. Bats will be the subject of a July 27 talk titled The Truth About Bats.
In August, Rick Van de Poll will present Flora and Fauna of the Lakes Region on August 3. Kristine Rines of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department will talk about coyotes on August 10. Bees will be Kelly Dwyer's subject on August 17. Wildlife photographer John Rockwood and Loon Preservation Committee's Harry Vogel will provide another opportunity to learn about loons through photos and discussion.
The Loon Center can be reached at 476-5666 or www.loon.org