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Bats of New Hampshire
Join Sandra Houghton and Haley Andreozzi, coordinators of the NH Bat Counts program, to learn about the natural history and conservation of bats in the Granite State. Let bats into your heart this Halloween season with this bat-tastic program!
Nevermore! The Stories of Crows and Ravens
Join Phil Brown and Susie Spikol for a talk on the life, times, and folklore of crows and ravens. This dynamic blend of natural history and mythology will leave you with new admiration for these highly intelligent birds — just in time for their Halloween spotlight.
Nature on Tap: Tiny Terrors
Join a team of Harris Center naturalists as they share true tales of cannibalism, zombification, kleptomania, envenomation, and other dark doings by pint-sized wildlife – just in time for Halloween!
Nature on Tap: Santa’s Magic Mushroom – A Look at the Role of the Fly Agaric Mushroom in the Mythology of Santa
You’ll look at Santa in a whole new light after Harris Center naturalist Susie Spikol reveals the fascinating link between the divine soma mushroom and the origins of Jolly Old Saint Nick.