Join naturalists and friends for an afternoon of theater, learning, hiking and birds. On April 17 from 1-4 p.m., NH Audubon is hosting a birthday celebration for the 19th-century artist, John James Audubon, as played by state Environmental Services commissioner Tom Burack. Scheduled activities begin at 1:30, with an optional walk in the woods or an indoor talk on backyard birds with bird expert Bob Quinn. There will be ongoing demonstrations with live birds and reptiles. J.J. Audubon arrives at 3, with birthday cake to follow. All are invited to come.
The program will be held rain or shine at the McLane Center, 84 Silk Farm Road off I-89. Appropriate clothing should be worn.
For information on New Hampshire Audubon call 224-9909, or visit nhaudubon.org.