It's Time for the Christmas Bird Count!
The Christmas Bird Count originated as a conservation-minded alternative to a 19th-century tradition known as the Christmas "Side Hunt." Now it's the longest-running citizen science project in the world.Join the Fun
The Harris Center connects people to the natural world through land protection, education of all ages, conservation research, and programs that encourage active participation in the great outdoors.
Our educational programs, camps, and citizen science initiatives invite people of all ages to deepen their understanding of the local landscape.
We've protected more than 23,000 acres of land in the Monadnock Region, for people and wildlife alike. Learn more about our land conservation efforts and how you can help.
We welcome conservation research on much of the land and water we’ve helped protect, and encourage participation in our popular citizen science initiatives.
Our headquarters in Hancock, NH are located in the heart of a 35,000-acre SuperSanctuary of conserved lands. Explore our trails, grounds, and facilities.
Our Natural History Collection: Guidelines for Giving
Have a natural history artifact (skull, bone, nest) you’d like to donate to our teaching collection? Here’s what you need to know.
Working Together to Protect the Granite Lake Headwaters
We are now just $20,000 away from permanently protecting the 515-acre Granite Lake Headwaters property in Stoddard.
Partners Honored at 2018 Annual Meeting
The Harris Center recognized several extraordinary partners at our 48th Annual Meeting on Sunday, October 28.