What's your closest link to the Amazon basin of Brazil? The Rio Cunaviche in Venezuela? It may be the splendid birds of prey nesting on your own New Hampshire lakes: the ospreys. Iain MacLeod, Executive Director of the Science Center, will introduce us to a live osprey and explain his Project OspreyTrack, an exciting study that uses tiny, solar-powered satellite transmitters to follow individual birds' migration patterns. How they get to South America and back, and where they stop along the way, is a gripping story you don't want to miss! We'll also explore the Science Center grounds, meeting other native birds and mammals housed here, and we'll take a hike along the Ecotone Trail, listening for the latest songbird migrants. Bring a bag lunch and good footwear. Cost for this event, including the day's admission to the Science Center, has been generously reduced to $5 for Harriers' members, and $7 for accompanying adults. For more information, contact YBC Coordinator Henry Walters at firstname.lastname@example.org.