Twilight is a special time in Odiorne Point State Park, when nocturnal critters awaken and headlamps and flashlights make the forest and tide pools glow. Join us to discover the magic!
SSC naturalists and David Blezard from Seacoast Audubon will provide a fun family evening to learn about the woodcock and the male’s unique spiraling mating dance. We’ll head into the woods to listen for the twittering sounds as he circles downward and courtship calls once he is aground. Did you know a woodcock uses its flexible tipped beak to probe the mud for food?
Come prepared to hike in the woods and bring your binoculars and headlamps!
Nature@Nite programs are presented at no cost but donations are gratefully accepted.
Nature@Nite at Seacoast Science Center
570 Ocean Blvd. Rye, NH 03870
Saturday, March 14, 2020; 5:30pm-7:30pm