February 07, 2013
4:30pm: Reception with Phil
5:15pm: Author Presentation
New Hampshire Chapter Office
22 Bridge Street, 4th Floor
Concord, NH 03301 | Show Directions
From the South:
From Interstate 93, take Exit 14. Turn left onto Loudon Road. At the third set of lights, turn left onto Bridge Street (second light after going under highway bridge).
From the North:
From Interstate 93, take Exit 14. Turn right at the light and then move immediately to the far left lane for a left turn at the light onto Bridge Street.
From West or Southwest:
Route 89 South (from 202/9). Merge onto 93 North at end of 89. From Interstate 93, take Exit 14. Turn left onto Loudon Road. At the third set of lights, turn left onto Bridge Street (second light after going under highway bridge).
From Route 4/9/202 take Interstate 393 to Interstate 93 South. Take Exit 14. Turn right at the light and then move immediately to the far left lane for a left turn at the light onto Bridge Street.
The office is located in the Ralph Pill Marketplace building.
A handicap entrance is available around the back side of the building.
Parking is available on all three sides of the building. Please note some parking on the front of the building is for patrons of Northeast Electric ONLY.
Please use the front door marked with “22 Bridge Street” (by the mailboxes) and take the elevator or stairs up to the fourth floor.
Every year, millions of migrating birds make incredible pilgrimages.
This quest often requires them to cover unfathomable distances and overcome seemingly insurmountable odds. But migrating birds are tough. They are survivors. This story is proof.
The Nature Conservancy is excited to invite our most loyal supporters to a special evening to hear a remarkable journey that would make a small Eastern shorebird one of the most famous survivors in the world.
Phil Hoose is hitting the road to talk about his new book, Moonbird: A Year on the Wind with B95, an epic saga that chronicles the miraculous survival of a four-ounce shorebird in the face of seemingly overwhelming adversity, migration and constant change. Phil uses the narrative to brighten the spotlight on migrating birds and extinction. His storytelling style has garnered the National Book Award and a Newbery Honor among many other awards. His image-saturated presentations are lively, fun and informative – and even musical. Join us for a high-energy, thought-provoking evening with this amazing Conservancy veteran at the Chapter’s Concord Field Office.
Copies of Moonbird will be available for purchase at the event. Phil will be happy to sign yours!