Spring Surprises in a Changing Climate

Spring Surprises in a Changing Climate
Special Event for Friends of the Blue Hills Members
Sunday, April 23, 1 pm – 2 pm, Ponkapoag Pond
Park at Temple Beth David, 1060 Randolph Street, Canton

Professor Richard Primack, a plant ecologist from Boston University who delivered the highly engaging keynote address at last fall’s Friends of the Blue Hills Annual Celebration, has kindly agreed to host an exclusive “Members Only” interactive walking event where he will share his insights on climate change and the Blue Hills.

Learn about plants, birds, insects and other animals and how they will be affected by climate change.  Light refreshments will be served, and all members are invited to join us for this interesting afternoon event. If you’re not a member – or need to renew – feel free to join or renew your membership at the event! RSVP to info@ FriendsoftheBlueHills.org.  But feel free to come even if you haven’t RSVP’d!

4 Responses to “Spring Surprises in a Changing Climate”

  1. Paul Andruchow says:

    Attending an event like this is the reason I joined FBH. However, can not make it but look forward to the next one. Thanks for the offering.


  2. annelijohnson says:

    I would like to attend this walking tour on the 23rd, 2017.
    Thank you for hosting it.
    Anneli Johnson

    • Anne Comber says:

      Hi Anneli,
      Thanks so much for your email! We look forward to seeing you on Sunday!
      Anne Comber
      Associate Director

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