Tea Program: NH Wildlife Tea

Come sip some tea and listen to Lindsay Webb, a Wildlife Educator with the NH Fish and Game Department, discuss NH wildlife. New Hampshire's wildlife diversity is a product of our diverse habitats across the state.  Some wildlife are abundant, while other species populations are very low.  This presentation will identify and explain why some New Hampshire wildlife are threatened and endangered, how wildlife are surveyed and managed, and discuss ways you can help some of our most imperiled wildlife species. 

Although it is not required, we greatly appreciate participant contributions of a small dessert, fruit, etc. Please register in advance! 

The tea being served is Harney & Sons Serengetea. It is an earthy and fruity tea. Ingredients are rooibos, mango, pineapple, and marigold petals. The tea is inspired by the Discovery Channel nature series, Serengeti, that highlights animals of Africa. 20% of Serengetea sales are donated to WildAid life conservation in Africa.

There is now a waitlist for this tea. Please email jwatt@hampstead.lib.nh.us to be added - thank you. 


About the presenter:

Lindsay Webb is a Wildlife Educator with the NH Fish and Game Department where she works on various wildlife education programs for kids to adults, including facilitating professional development workshops for educators who want to incorporate New Hampshire wildlife and habitat lessons into their classrooms.  Lindsay has a Masters degree in Environmental Studies from Antioch University, is a Certified Wildlife Biologist, and serves on both the NH Environmental Educators Board and the NH Science Teachers Association Board.

Event Location: 
Program Time: 
1:00pm - 2:30pm
Room Reservation: 
Fri, September 09, 2022