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2nd Annual Bird ID, Ecology & Habitat Management Workshop at Stone Fence Farm
Saturday, June 3,
5:30 am to 10:45 am
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Join Phil Brown, Matt Tarr, and others for a morning of birding and learning at Stone Fence Farm, a property owned and managed for a diversity of native species by professional foresters Jeremy Turner and Laura French. Through slow walking tours in a variety of field, forest, and wetland habitats, we’ll learn tips for identifying the birds we encounter by sight and sound; the ecology and habitat needs of those species; and how the forests, fields, and wetlands we see can be managed to enhance habitat for birds and other wildlife. In between walks, we’ll take a break to enjoy wood-fired fruit pies and shade-grown coffee. Beginning birders welcome!
5:30 to 10:45 a.m. at Stone Fence Farm in Unity. Bring binoculars and your favorite field guide to birds, and come prepared for biting insects. Cost: $35/person. Optional camping onsite and pizza dinner on Friday. Continuing education credits for foresters are available. Space is limited, and registration is required.
For general information about Harris Center field trips, including questions about accessibility, see our Outings Information page. For questions about this particular outing, contact Phil.
Co-sponsored by the Harris Center for Conservation Education, UNH Cooperative Extension, and Meadowsend Consulting Company.