Mon, Oct 09|
Camp Morgan Lodge
WHS October Meeting with Tom Barton's Presentation: The Big Trees of New Hampshire and the Wildlife Around Them
Join us for a Member Meeting followed by a fascinating presentation by Tom Barton on The Big Trees of New Hampshire and the Wildlife Around Them. Although an RSVP is not required to attend, your response does allow us to send you an event reminder and any other important updates.
Time & Location
Oct 09, 2023, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Camp Morgan Lodge, 339 Millen Pond Road, Washington, NH 03280, USA
About the Event
This Event is Free and Open to the Public!
Members Meeting 6:30-7:00pm.
A business meeting will be held for members.
Tom Barton presents on The Big Trees of New Hampshire and the Wildlife Around Them 7:00pm.
For over 70 years the New Hampshire Big Tree Program has sought to find, record, and recognize magnificent trees found across the state of New Hampshire. Volunteers like this evening's presenter Tom Barton continually search the state for the largest examples of tree species and work together measuring trees in their local area nominated to the program. Tom will show us photos and video of "Big Trees" found in Washington, including Sullivan County and State Champion trees, as well the wildlife, such as moose, bear, red fox and bobcat that live around them.
Tom Barton is a resident of Washington, New Hampshire. In addition to his interest in New Hampshire's Big Trees, Tom is an avid outdoorsman and cyclist. He has also spent many years observing and recording weather statistics for Washington, which he has generously gifted to the WHS and can be found here as the Barton Weather Collection.