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Sunset Stroll & Woodcock Wander

Keene YMCA 200 Summit Road, Keene, NH

Join Harris Center naturalists Phil Brown and Karen Rent for an evening stroll in search of dancing woodcocks and chorusing frogs. The springtime symphony is always a feast for the senses!

Vernal Pool Hike at the Horatio Colony Preserve

Horatio Colony Nature Preserve Daniels Hill Road, Keene

Join Brett Amy Thelen for a moderately strenuous, 1.2-mile roundtrip climb to a hilltop vernal pool at the Horatio Colony Nature Preserve, where we’ll explore the fascinating world of spring-breeding amphibians.

Vernal Pool Exploration for Families at Distant Hill Gardens

Distant Hill Gardens 507 March Hill Road, Walpole, NH

Spend the afternoon searching for amphibian eggs and other critters in the beautiful vernal pools along the Distant Hill Nature Trail, an accessible trail with gentle slopes.

Kids Count for Wildlife: Red-backed Salamander Survey

Harris Center for Conservation Education 83 Kings Hwy, Hancock, NH

Calling all kids ages 9 through 18 who care about wildlife! Try your hand at field research by joining the Harris Center for an afternoon of salamander counting.

Kids Count for Wildlife: Red-backed Salamander Survey

Harris Center for Conservation Education 83 Kings Hwy, Hancock, NH

Calling all kids ages 9 through 18 who care about wildlife! Try your hand at field research by joining the Harris Center for an afternoon of salamander counting.

Surveying for Salamanders

Harris Center for Conservation Education 83 Kings Hwy, Hancock, NH

Join ecologists Brett Amy Thelen and Karen Seaver for an afternoon of salamander monitoring at the Harris Center’s long-term study plots — part of SPARCnet, a national research effort aimed at understanding the effects of climate change on red-backed salamanders.

Monadnock Region Natural History Conference

Keene State College 229 Main Street, Keene, NH

This full-day conference will feature presentations on a diversity of natural history topics, from wildlife to Mount Monadnock to accessibility in the outdoors.