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September 2018

Raptor Migration in NH: What the Numbers Tell Us

Tuesday, September 18,
7:00 pm
to 8:30 pm
Harris Center for Conservation Education
A kettle of Broad-winged Hawks against the backdrop of a bluebird sky. (photo © Billtacular via Flickr Creative Commons)

Join Pack Monadnock Hawk Watch Coordinator Phil Brown for a talk about hawkwatching in New Hampshire, raptor identification, and the natural history of commonly-seen hawk species.

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Bat Conservation in New Hampshire

Thursday, September 20,
7:00 pm
to 8:30 pm
Harris Center for Conservation Education
A little brown bat hangs in a cave. (photo © USFWS)

Join Sandra Houghton (NHFG) and Jesse Mohr (Native Geographic) to learn about the ecology of New Hampshire bats, bat-friendly forestry, and what you can do to help local bats.

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October 2018

Camera Trapping Workshop: Where to Place Your Camera for Great Wildlife Images

Thursday, October 18,
7:00 pm
to 8:00 pm
Harris Center for Conservation Education
A bobcat, as photographed by a motion-sensored trail camera. (photo © Eric Aldrich)

Join Janet Pesaturo, author of Camera Trapping Guide: Tracks, Sign, and Behavior of Eastern Wildlife, for a presentation on how to use tracks, sign, and knowledge of animal behavior to find the best spots for placing your wildlife camera.

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Nature on Tap: Tiny Terrors

Wednesday, October 24,
5:30 pm
to 6:30 pm
Hancock Inn
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Join Harris Center naturalists John Benjamin and Brett Amy Thelen for a spine-tingling evening of true tales about ferocious mice, zombie ants, and nature’s other tiny terrors – just in time for Halloween. Drinks on you, conversation on us!

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November 2018

Plovers, Knots, and Spoonies: Shorebird Success Stories from the Field

Thursday, November 1,
7:00 pm
to 8:00 pm
Hancock Town Library
Common Terns rest on a boulder in Spoffod Lake. (photo © Eric Masterson)

Join Scott Hecker, Director of Bird Conservation for the International Conservation Fund of Canada, for a talk about ICFC's work to protect Piping Plovers, Red Knots, Spoon-billed Sandpipers and more on their wintering grounds in the southern hemisphere.

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The Real Eastern Coyote

Sunday, November 4,
3:00 pm
to 4:30 pm
Harris Center for Conservation Education
An Eastern coyote sits on a boulder. (photo © Don Nieratko)

Join biologist Chris Schadler for a talk gleaned from her 30 years of experience with wolf and coyote research, sheep farming, and teaching – including specific strategies for coexisting with coyotes.

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Railroads of Hancock and Harrisville

Friday, November 16,
7:00 pm
to 8:00 pm
Harris Center for Conservation Education
A 19th-century photo of a locomotive. (photo courtesy of the Historical Society of Cheshire County)

Join historian Alan Rumrill for a fascinating trip through time, using old photos and historic documents to bring the railroad history of Hancock and Harrisville to life.

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December 2018

American Marten: The Latest Findings on NH’s Marten Population

Friday, December 7,
7:00 pm
to 8:00 pm
Harris Center for Conservation Education
A pine marten peers through a tree cavity. (photo © Karen Bullock)

Join NHFG Wildlife Biologist Jill Kilborn for an introduction to the American marten, and to learn what the latest research has revealed about this elusive mammal.

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