When: Friday, Oct. 17, 6:30 PM
Where: Chesterfield Town Hall
One of the many miracles that comes with the fortune of living in rural New Hampshire is the occasional sighting of the black bear! Join us to learn more about these majestic creatures as presenter Donna Roscoe tells about the history, personality, and potential of black bears in New Hampshire.
Donna Roscoe is a wildlife steward for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, where she educates the public about research projects that are funded by the Federal Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program. The presentation is about the natural history of the black bear and what biologists are learning about the species through ongoing research. Roscoe will talk about what makes bears tick, why they do the things they do, and how the department’s research is discovering better ways to manage their population.
Presented by the Friends of Chesterfield Library