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Gail Huntting, Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire:
(603) 496-2778; admin@nhwildlifeheritage.org
December 31, 2013

Wildlife Heritage Foundation of NH Presents "An Evening with Ben Kilham"

Bear cub
Bear cub. NH's own acclaimed bear rehabilitator Ben Kilham will appear at the Red River Theatre in Concord on January 15, 2014..

CONCORD, N.H. -- Ben Kilham, NH's own acclaimed bear rescuer and rehabilitator, will appear at the Red River Theatres in Concord, NH, on Wednesday, January 15, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. The evening is sponsored by the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of NH, the official non-profit partner of the NH Fish and Game Department.

Tickets are available by calling Red River Theatres at 603-224-4697 or purchase online at redrivertheatres.org. Tickets are $20 each. Proceeds will benefit the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire, furthering their mission to help preserve wild places and wild things in NH for future generations. Red River Theatres is located at 11 South Main Street in Concord, NH.

Ben Kilham has been studying bears for more than 20 years, and is the only licensed bear rehabilitator in NH.  The subject of numerous documentaries on his work, he is also the author of two books:  "Out On a Limb - What Black Bears Have Taught Me About Intelligence and Intuition" and "Among the Bears - Raising Orphaned Cubs in the Wild."

Kilham's rescue program was the recipient of a 2012 grant from the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire, which raises funds in support of NH Fish and Game's critical educational, conservation and wildlife programs important to New Hampshire's quality of outdoor life.
 
To learn more about the Foundation and how you can help conserve New Hampshire's wildlife and wild places, visit nhwildlifeheritage.org.

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