The Seabrook -Hamptons Estuary Alliance invites you to participate in a series of 1 hour events to celebrate National Estuaries Week.
Tues, Sept 20 12:00 -1:00 pm
“Birds of the Salt Marsh” Pamela Hunt, Senior Biologist – Avian Conservation, NH Audubon. Location: Hampton River Boat Club, 115 Landing Rd., Hampton, NH. A one hour entertaining and informative presentation on the wonderful birds that thrive in our salt marsh.
Thurs, Sept 22 12:00 – 1:00 pm
“Sand Dunes & Salt Marsh” Dr. David Burdick, UNH Jackson Marine Laboratory and Alyson Eberhart, UNH Cooperative Extension. Location: Seabrook Village Precinct Bldg., 210 Ocean Blvd, Seabrook, NH. A revealing, one hour presentation on the evolution and critical values of our sand dunes and salt marsh and their role in protecting us from storms.
Bring your ‘brown bag’ lunch. Beverages and dessert will be provided. There is no charge for this program. But please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you are coming.
Saturday, Sept 24 10:30 – noon.“Guided Salt Marsh Walk” with Marine Biologist Ellen Goethel of the Explore The Ocean World Oceanarium. Learn about the salt marsh and what it does to help maintain the balance between land and water. Location: Meet at Tuck Field on Park Ave. in Hampton at 10:30. Attendees will carpool from there to the marsh. Wear sandals or boots, weather-depending. Please call the Tuck Museum at 929-0781 to make a reservation for the Salt Marsh Walk. The cost is $10, payable at Tuck Field on the day of the Walk.