Join presenters from NH Fish & Wildlife and learn about our local black bears! With bear encounters increasing in recent years, this is the perfect time to learn about our furry neighbors. Topics will include the natural history of the black bear, how interactions between black bears humans have changed over the years, efforts to conserve the species after aggressive hunting reduced their numbers, and how we can manage human/bear interactions to minimize harm to people and bears alike.
This is a hybrid event.Registration to attend in person is available on the Aaron Cutler Memorial Library website. Registration for the virtual event is available through Zoom.
Free parking is available, and the main entrance from the parking lot is handicap accessible (in conjunction with a lift).
Wednesday, October 25, 2023 6:30pm
Aaron Cutler Memorial Library269 Charles Bancroft HighwayLitchfield NH 03052
Aaron Cutler Memorial Library, Litchfield Conservation Commission
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