Saturday, 6/11 | 10:30 am
Join Piscataquog Land Conservancy volunteer and naturalist, Dave Butler on a nature walk at the Army Core of Engineers property in Henniker. We’ll meet on Saturday, June 11th at 10:30 am at the parking area on River Road. We’ll explore the old/abandoned section of Rt. 114 by walking along the old, paved highway passing by marshes with lots of wildlife sign. We’ll make a few stops along on this easy, out-and-back 2-mile walk to observe wildlife sign and bird activity. Please bring binoculars if you have them! We’ll work together to identify birds that we see, learn about the features and habitats of the property, and get a bit of exercise in before heading to the taproom to socialize and discuss sightings.The cost is $10 and includes your first pint and a donation to the Piscataquog Land Conservancy.
Please contact PLC Communications and Development Coordinator Jill Ketchen with any questions at email@example.com
What to bring:
•We recommend that participants dress for ticks. Wear long pants which are preferably light in color (so that any ticks are visible). •Bring water and insect repellent if you use it. •Dress for the weather and wear appropriate footwear for the weather conditions. •Binoculars and field guides if you wish – not necessary, but fun to have! We’ll bring some to share.
What not to bring:
Please leave your 4-legged friends at home! We find they tend to pose distractions within the group and also scare away wildlife we might spot.
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PLC Liability Statement
Piscataquog Land Conservancy (PLC) offers events to allow people to connect with our environment. Individuals participating are responsible for their own safety, and for knowing and respecting their own physical capabilities and limitations. Your event registration indicates that: you assume responsibility for yourself and any guests accompanying you, you agree to follow the instructions of the Trip Leader in order to minimize risk, you understand that the Trip Leader and/or any PLC staff present are not necessarily trained in wilderness rescue, first aid, or emergency medicine, and are present only to provide cohesion to the group.
PLC Photo Policy
Photographic Release: I grant PLC permission to take photographs and video recordings of me and to display, publish or otherwise use any photographs, video recording, or any other media associated with the stewardship activities, including any media which contains my image or likeness, for PLC’s purposes.
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Saturday June 11th 10:30 amIncludes your first pint at Henniker Brewing & donation to Piscataquog Land Conservancy.
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