Mount Kearsarge is a monadnock in western New Hampshire approximately 890 meters tall, offering impressive views due to its isolation from other peaks. This day in the field will examine the natural history of the mountain, with a focus on plants. A variety of topics will be presented, including ecology, edible plants, birding, tracking, and geology. Bring lunch, water, a hand lens, and binoculars for birding. Proper footwear and clothing will also be necessary.
This class if offered through the New England Wild Flower Society.
Saturday, July 11, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Location: Warner, New Hampshire
Program Code: FDT5014
Instructor: Arthur Haines
Fee: $47 (Member) / $58 (Nonmember)
Limit: 16 Certificate: Field: FB/Adv.FB
Cosponsor: The Fells