Community Programs News

Final Report from the 2023 Hawk Watch

2023 was another successful year at the Pack Monadnock Raptor Observatory. Here are the highlights.

Summer Camp Adventures

This summer, we savored every bit of sunshine with over 200 adventurous campers, spending time on the trails and in the fields, paddling local ponds, climbing boulders, and scaling mountains.

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion — 2022 Update

The Harris Center remains committed to ensuring that our trails, conserved lands, educational programs, and conservation research projects are welcoming spaces for all, regardless of racial or religious background, gender identity, sexual orientation, economic means, or range of physical ability.

Final Report from the 2022 Hawk Watch

2022 was a notable year for the Pack Monadnock Raptor Observatory. Here are the highlights.

Exemplary Educator, Volunteers & Partners Honored at 2022 Annual Meeting

The Harris Center recognized several exemplary partners and volunteers at our 52nd Annual Meeting on October 21.

Announcing the Winners of the “Celebrate Snakes” Coloring Contest

Congratulations to the winners of our “Celebrate Snakes” coloring contest with wildlife artist Matt Patterson!

“Celebrate Snakes” Coloring Contest for Kids

Join the Harris Center and award-winning wildlife artist Matt Patterson for a kids’ coloring contest that celebrates New Hampshire snakes!

Harris Center Reads: Migration

This spring, go on the trip of a lifetime with these books about one of nature’s most remarkable phenomena — migration.

Art Shows Return to the Harris Center

We are excited to once again host local, nature-inspired art shows after a pandemic-related hiatus! In April, see photographer Laurie McGowan’s ethereal images of trees. In May, take flight with Rosemary Conroy’s vibrant bird portraits.

Final Report from the 2021 Hawk Watch

2021 was a notable year for the Pack Monadnock Raptor Observatory. Here are the highlights.

Our COVID-19 Policy

Here are the precautions we’re following — and asking you to follow — to keep our community safe.

Harris Center Reads: Stories for Long Winter Nights

This winter, we’re sharing recommendations for nature-inspired works of fiction. Curl up with a good book while the winter winds howl!