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Birdability: Because Birding is for Everybody…and Every Body

Zoom

Join Freya McGregor of Birdability — a new non-profit working to ensure that the birding community is welcoming, inclusive, safe, and accessible for people with mobility challenges and other disabilities — for a welcoming introduction to accessibility in the outdoors.

Winter Birds of the Monadnock Region

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Join conservation biologist and avid birder Steven Lamonde for a look at the birds found in the Monadnock Region during the coldest months of year. Find out how they survive winter’s grasp, and discover how you can help scientists learn more about our region’s bird populations.

Winter Bird Feeding: Tips for Attracting Birds to Your Yard

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Join ecologist and avid birder Steven Lamonde for an engaging presentation on best practices for bird feeding. From seed and suet selection to feeder placement, find out how you can turn your backyard into a refuge for winter birds!

The Science of Saw-whet Owls

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Join Sean Beckett of the North Branch Nature Center— where researchers have captured and tagged over 600 migrating saw-whet owls in the last seven years — to discover what scientists are learning about the natural history and ecology of this adorable species.

Great Backyard Bird Count

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

Every February, people around the world count birds in their neighborhoods as part of the Great Backyard Bird Count. Join the fun by counting at the Harris Center bird feeders with avid birders Steven Lamonde and Eric Masterson. Beginning birders welcome!

Full Moon Owl Prowl in Keene

Robin Hood Park Reservoir Street, Keene, NH

Join Harris Center naturalist Jenna Spear for an evening walk in search of Barred Owls. Adventure awaits when you go owling under a full moon!

Full Moon Owl Prowl in Hancock

Harris Center for Conservation Education 83 Kings Hwy, Hancock, NH
NOTE: This event has been POSTPONED to March 24.

Join Harris Center naturalist Susie Spikol for an evening walk in search of Barred Owls. Adventure awaits when you go owling under a full moon!

38th Annual Waterfowl Safari Along the Connecticut River

Connecticut River Hinsdale to Charlestown, NH

The spring bird migration begins in March as waterfowl move north through along the Connecticut River. We’ll caravan to the best birding spots, with a little easy walking as needed, in hopes of seeing the spectacle.

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!

Kestrel Nest Monitoring Training: Part I (Virtual)

Zoom
NOTE: This event has been POSTPONED to May 4.

The Harris Center is launching a new Kestrel monitoring initiative. Join us for this online introduction to Kestrel life history, and learn how to help with the exciting early stages of this new project!

Kestrel Nest Monitoring Training: Part II (Field)

NH

The Harris Center is launching a new Kestrel monitoring initiative. Join us for a morning in the field, where you'll learn how to help with the exciting early stages of this new project!

Managing Meadows for Wildlife

Zoom

Join ecologists Jeff Littleton and Steven Lamonde to explore techniques for managing meadows with wildlife in mind. We’ll discuss the importance of meadows for biodiversity, and share ideas for developing and maintaining habitat for birds, pollinators, and other wildlife.

Kestrel Nest Monitoring Training: Part I (Virtual)

Zoom

The Harris Center is launching a new Kestrel monitoring initiative. Join us for this online introduction to Kestrel life history, and learn how to help with the exciting early stages of this new project!

What Can Woodcock Teach Us About Bird Migration?

Zoom

Join wildlife biologist Liam Berigan as he shares some surprising observations from the first four years of an international woodcock monitoring project, and examines their implications for migratory bird conservation.