Climate change talk Thursday
Eric Orff of the National Wildlife Federation will lead a discussion on the impacts of climate change on New Hampshire’s wildlife at the Harris Center for Conservation Education on Thursday at 7 p.m.
The discussion will focus on how New Hampshire wildlife is affected, now and into the future, as well as what individuals can do to enhance survival rates for local species.
Other speakers include Kris Rines, N.H. Fish and Game biologist, will speak about the impact of climate change on New Hampshire moose; Jessica Carloni, N.H. Fish and Game marine biologist, on the state’s shrimp populations; Dr. Pam Hunt, N.H. Audubon wildlife biologist, on the impact on New Hampshire’s birds; and Emily Preston, N.H. Fish and Game biologist, with information on what individuals can do to take action for wildlife in New Hampshire.
This event is part of the fall Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Speaker Series co-sponsored by the Harris Center and the Hancock Energy Advisory Team (HEAT).
For more information, contact Susie Spikol Faber at 525-3394 or firstname.lastname@example.org.