SuperSanctuary News

A New Nighthawk Migration Monitoring Initiative Takes Flight

This August, the Harris Center piloted a monitoring effort to document the fall migration of the state-endangered Common Nighthawk through the Monadnock Region.

Summer Interns Contribute to Conservation Research & Stewardship

In the summer of 2022, interns provided essential support for a wide variety of projects, from conservation easement monitoring to conference planning to forest community inventory.

An Update on Our Broad-winged Hawk Project

Biologists recently affixed satellite transmitters to two Broad-winged Hawks in the SuperSanctuary as part of ongoing research on the migration ecology of this iconic raptor species.

Get Ready for Hike-a-thon 2022!

This fall, we invite you to enjoy the Harris Center’s beautiful trails while helping raise money for trailside benches.

Protecting a Rare Grassland Bird in Greenfield

Grasshopper Sparrows have a better chance for breeding success in Greenfield, thanks to several friends of the Harris Center.

74 Acres Soon To Be Protected Along Willard Pond Brook

The Harris Center has raised the funds needed to protect 74 acres of high-quality wildlife habitat south of Willard Pond in Hancock and Antrim.

A New Tool for Easement Monitoring

The Harris Center has added a new tool to our conservation easement monitoring program: drone photography.

Protecting Willard Pond Brook

The Harris Center is working to protect 74 acres of high-priority wildlife habitat south of Willard Pond in Hancock and Antrim.

Listening to the Pulse of Everything

Announcing an exquisite new short film, filmed on Harris Center-conserved land and gifted to us by local filmmaker Dan Kennedy, with narration and score by Adam Arnone.

Field Report from the 2021 Vernal Pool Project

In 2021, our community scientists documented 8 new vernal pools in three Monadnock Region towns.

A New Trail Guide — and Better Berry Picking — at Partridge Woods

The Nelson Trails Committee recently created a new trail guide and launched a wild blueberry restoration effort at Partridge Woods, which was protected in partnership with the Harris Center.

Volunteers and Partners Honored at 2021 Annual Meeting

The Harris Center recognized several extraordinary partners and volunteers at our 51st Annual Meeting on October 15.