2013-07-24 14:22:36.000 – Brian Fitzgerald,  Weather Observer/Education Specialist

An Osprey In Flight.

Tonight (Wednesday) at our free Weather Discovery Center in North Conway Village at 7PM marks the second program in our annual free series ‘Science in the Mountains: A Passport to Science.’ Iain MacLeod, the Executive Director of the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center presents ‘Project OspreyTrack: Using Satellite Transmitters to Track New Hampshire Ospreys.’ Iain’s program will provide an in-depth look at his research tracking the amazing and hazardous migrations of ospreys who travel annually between New Hampshire and South America.

If you can’t join us this evening, fear not, as we continue our Science in the Mountains series with four additional programs over the next four Wednesdays. Topics range from ‘The Ecology of the North Woods’ to ‘Black Bear Happenings in New Hampshire.’ Hope to see you there! Happy Shift Day!


Brian Fitzgerald,  Weather Observer/Education Specialist

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