On Wednesday, March 17 at 7PM, live via Zoom, join the Chocorua Lake Conservancy and the Cook Memorial Library for “Wonders of Vernal Pools,” an online exploration of vernal pools and the critters that call them home by CLC Stewardship Director Lynne Flaccus.
Springtime or vernal pools are typically small and isolated, often going unnoticed or seen as simple “puddles”. We’ll explore vernal pool ecology and biodiversity through photos and sounds, learning what makes a forest puddle a vernal pool and who depends on these unique wetlands for producing the next generation. And who uses these special habitats as a motel, diner, or temporary home!
We hope you’ll join us for an evening of curiosity and online exploration of these little forest wetlands with questions and your own observations to share.
To access the talk, go to bit.ly/CLC-vernal on Wednesday, March 17, at 7PM. You can also find the live link at www.chocorualake.org and on the CLC Facebook events page. You probably won’t need to do this, but if prompted to, enter Meeting ID 603 323 6252.