The Rochester Public library is pleased to offer a “Speaking for Wildlife” program talk featuring New Hampshire’s reptiles and amphibians.This free talk is open to the public and will be held on Wednesday, May 30, 2018 starting at 6 PM.
The Speaking for Wildlife program has a trained network of volunteers who are available to deliver wildlife presentations and lead walks on public lands. Volunteers are trained through UNH Cooperative Extension and the NH Coverts Project, a wildlife volunteer program. Volunteers from the Natural Resources Stewards Program also participate as speakers.
The Reptiles and Amphibians slide presentation introduces participants to the frogs,salamanders, turtles and snakes that call New Hampshire home. These species range from among the most common animals in the state to some of the rarest.You’ll learn about the many different habitats that reptiles and amphibians used, what threats they face, and what you can do to help. The presentation includes handouts and other helpful materials.
The program will last for one hour, including time for discussion.
The Speaking for Wildlife Project is a volunteer effort of UNH Cooperative Extension, the NH Coverts Project and NH Fish & Game, with funding provided by the NH Charitable Foundation and the Davis Environmental Foundation.