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Birding for All: World Migratory Bird Day Walk

Dillant-Hopkins Airport 80 Airport Road, Swanzey, NH, United States
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL, BUT YOU CAN STILL JOIN THE WAITLIST.

Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) by joining avid birders Nate Marchessault and Chris Liazos for an easygoing outing at the Dillant-Hopkins Airport – a local birding hotspot with great views of wetlands, woodlands, and fields.

Nature’s Playground Play Group

Event Series Nature’s Playground Play Group
Harris Center for Conservation Education 83 Kings Hwy, Hancock, NH, United States
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL, BUT YOU CAN STILL JOIN THE WAITLIST

Join Harris Center naturalists and parent educators from The Grapevine and The River Center for three mornings of child-centered, unstructured outdoor play.

Easygoing Hike at Shattuck Pond

Shattuck Pond Francestown, United States
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Join Ben Haubrich and Miki Clements-Collier for a leisurely hike along the Francestown Forest Trail to the pristine Shattuck Pond. This 1.5-mile roundtrip hike includes some ups and downs and has a total elevation gain of about 150 feet.

Tick Talk

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

Join us for a talk about the ecology of Lyme disease with Lyme expert Kathie Fife, who will share her knowledge and experiences as a patient of Lyme, a natural resource specialist, and a patient advocate.

Kestrels Young Birders Club: Children and the Arts Bird Walk

Peterborough Peterborough, NH, United States

Are you a teenager or tween with an interest in birds and birding? Join a growing movement of young adults who are honing their wildlife observation skills, learning to recognize birds and their calls, and spending time outside building community with other young birders.

Hiking Casalis State Forest

Casalis State Forest Elm Hill Road, Peterborough, NH, United States

Join longtime hike leaders Brian Bishoff and Denny Wheeler for a springtime hike on woods roads and trails through Casalis State Forest in Peterborough, where we’ll visit two ponds, lovely woods, and a recently logged area.

The Thing in the Spring: City Bird Walk

Keene State College 229 Main Street, Keene, NH, United States

Join avid birders Nate Marchessault and Chris Liazos for a leisurely one-mile walk along the Ashuelot Rail Trail and Keene State College campus during the peak of spring bird migration.

Babies in Backpacks & Toddlers in Tow at the Fremont Field

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED.

Meet Harris Center naturalist Susie Spikol for a summer ramble along woodland trails and gentle paths. Together, we’ll search for everyday magic like caterpillars, butterflies, salamanders, and if we’re lucky, little toads! Perfect for little legs and for babies in...

Full Moon Meander for Veterans

Juggernaut Pond Hancock, NH, United States

Join Jen Whitney of the Vet Center and Harris Center naturalist Susie Spikol for a moonlit wander up to the pristine shoreline of Juggernaut Pond. We'll listen for owls and frogs as we meander under the Flower Moon. This hike is for veterans only.

Fantastic Frogs of Robin Hood Park

Robin Hood Park Reservoir Street, Keene, NH, United States
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL, BUT YOU CAN STILL JOIN THE WAITLIST.

Join Harris Center teacher-naturalists Karen Rent and Jenna Spear to look and listen for frogs in and around the water, and learn how to identify the different species that live in our local ponds.

NH Bat Counts Volunteer Training

Harris Center & local field sites 83 King's Highway, Hancock

Join wildlife biologists Sandi Houghton and Haley Andreozzi to learn more about the bat species found in New Hampshire, the threats they face, and how you can help.

Nature’s Playground Play Group

Event Series Nature’s Playground Play Group
Harris Center for Conservation Education 83 Kings Hwy, Hancock, NH, United States
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL, BUT YOU CAN STILL JOIN THE WAITLIST

Join Harris Center naturalists and parent educators from The Grapevine and The River Center for three mornings of child-centered, unstructured outdoor play.

Babies in Backpacks & Toddlers in Tow at Robin Hood Park

Robin Hood Park Reservoir Street, Keene, NH, United States
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO JUNE 4 and is now FULL, BUT YOU CAN STILL JOIN THE WAITLIST.

Join Harris Center teacher-naturalist Jazimina Creamer-MacNeil to ramble along wild walking trails searching for signs of spring, listening to bird songs, and sniffing the first flowers of the year!

Family Ponding Adventure at Converse Meadow

Converse Meadow Trail Converseville Road, Rindge, NH, United States
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT.

Join naturalist Susie Spikol to search for frogs, salamanders, dragonfly nymphs, water beetles, and so much more. Every scoop from the pond is a treasure hunt!

Art Opening: Odes & Aves

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

Join wildlife photographer Frank Gorga for the opening of his newest exhibit, showcasing recent photographs of “odes” (dragonflies and damselflies) and “aves” (birds).

3rd Annual Bird ID, Ecology & Habitat Management Workshop at Stone Fence Farm

Stone Fence Farm 64 Johnson Mountain Road, Unity, NH, United States

Join Phil Brown, Matt Tarr, and others for a morning of birding and learning at Stone Fence Farm, a property owned and managed for a diversity of native species by professional foresters Jeremy Turner and Laura French.

Hiking Kidder Mountain

Wapack Trail in New Ipswich New Ipswich
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED.

Join naturalist Gail Coffey and the Friends of the Wapack for a short hike along the Wapack Trail to the summit of Kidder Mountain, with nice views to the east and south.

Mushroom Meander for Veterans at Robin Hood Park

Robin Hood Park Reservoir Street, Keene, NH, United States
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL, BUT YOU CAN STILL JOIN THE WAITLIST.

Join Harris Center naturalist John Benjamin and mushroom maven George Caughey for an afternoon meander through Robin Hood Park in search of polypores, puffballs, and other fascinating fungi. This hike is for veterans only.

Babies in Backpacks & Toddlers in Tow at the Converse Meadow Trail

Converse Meadow Trail Converseville Road, Rindge, NH, United States
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL, BUT YOU CAN STILL JOIN THE WAITLIST.

Join Harris Center naturalist Susie Spikol for a morning ramble with your young children! Together, we’ll listen to bird songs, search for animals of all kinds, smell spring flowers, and explore the wild world.

Management Options for Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

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

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid is an invasive insect that has caused extensive hemlock mortality south of New Hampshire. Now, it’s threatening hemlock forests in the Granite State too. Join forest health specialist Ryan Crandall to learn about chemical, silvicultural, and biological control options for this destructive forest pest.

Babies in Backpacks & Toddlers in Tow at the Fremont Field

Fremont Field 100 Old Jaffrey Road, Peterborough, NH, United States

Join Harris Center naturalist Susie Spikol for a morning ramble with your young children! Together, we’ll search for everyday magic like caterpillars, butterflies, salamanders, and more.

A Monadnock Garden Day: Dinner with the Presenters

Hancock Hancock, NH, United States

Meet the presenters for Saturday’s "Monadnock Garden Day: Gardening in a Changing World" workshop, among many other garden lovers, during this special dinner hosted by Eleanor Briggs.

A Monadnock Garden Day: Gardening in a Changing World

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

Share your gardening dreams during this full-day workshop with renowned garden and landscape designers Page Dickey, Edwina Von Gal, John Gwynne, and Helen O'Donnell.