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November 2018

Annual Post-Thanksgiving Hike Up Mount Caesar

Sunday, November 25,
9:00 am
to 1:00 pm
Mount Caesar

Join Denny Wheeler for good views and good cheer on this hike to the summit ledges of Swanzey’s Mount Caesar, with views of Grand Monadnock.

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December 2018

Sidelining Science: How Did We Get Here, Why Does It Matter, and What Do We Do About It?

Wednesday, December 5,
6:30 pm
to 8:00 pm
Norma Walker Hall, Alumni Center at Keene State College

Support for science and reliance on scientific facts is eroding in Washington, with some attempting to permanently sideline science from the policymaking process. Join us for an evening of discussion on just how serious this cultural rejection of science has become, and what’s at stake when science is rebuffed or ignored.

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Easygoing Hike at Cooper Hill Community Forest

Friday, December 7,
10:00 am
to 2:30 pm
Cooper Hill Community Forest
A group of happy hikers pauses in the woods. (photo © Meade Cadot)

Join Lee Baker and Rich Taylor for a moderately strenuous, 3-mile roundtrip hike to the top of Cooper Hill in Marlborough, through land recently protected by the Monadnock Conservancy.

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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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45th Annual Christmas Bird Count for Hancock, Peterborough, and Surrounding Towns

Saturday, December 15
Hancock, Peterborough and Surrounding Towns
White-throated Sparrows, recorded during the 2017 Christmas Bird Count. (photo © Meade Cadot)

The Christmas Bird Count is the world’s oldest and largest biological survey and citizen science endeavor, with thousands of participants worldwide. No need to be an expert!

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Christmas Bird Count in Keene

Sunday, December 16
Keene
An Eastern Bluebird dines on winterberry holly. (photo © Meade Cadot)

The Christmas Bird Count is the world’s oldest and largest biological survey and citizen science endeavor, with thousands of participants worldwide. No need to be an expert!

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January 2019

Easygoing Hike at the Indian Arrowhead Forest Preserve

Friday, January 4, 2019,
10:00 am
to 2:30 pm
Indian Arrowhead Forest Preserve
Meade Cadot leads a winter hike on the Harris Center's Jaquith Rail Trail. (photo © Ben Conant)

Join Rich Taylor and Lee Baker for a moderately strenuous, 3-mile roundtrip hike through the Forest Society’s Indian Arrowhead Forest Preserve in Surry.

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