The Insiders: Slither on over to this Fish and Game discussion
When we heard there was going to be a reptile and amphibian lecture at the Fish and Game Department, we assumed we’d be hearing from all our favorite chatty luminaries like the Geico gecko and maybe Kermit the frog. Upon closer inspection, we were able to determine it’s actually a lecture about reptiles and amphibians, but that certainly doesn’t make it any less interesting.
Fish and Game wildlife biologist Michael Marchand will summarize the reptiles and amphibians that can be found in New Hampshire (in the non-lawyer division. Apparently snake-in-the-grass isn’t an actual species) and talk about how citizens can get involved in tracking and recording them.
The discussion begins at 6 p.m. at the department at 11 Hazen Drive and is part of the Jody Connor Limnology Center Citizen Science Lecture Series. If you have questions about the program, contact Sara Steiner at email@example.com or call 271-2658.
Also tonight, Scott Kirby, a Penacook native, will be playing at the Concord City Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
(Email the Insiders at firstname.lastname@example.org.)