Pig and Wolf are doing it – the “first ever” Hanover Trails Hike Challenge, a co-sponsored activity of the Hanover Conservancy, Hanover Parks and Recreation, Hanover Improvement Society, Hanover Conservation Commission, and BE Fit Physical Therapy. More info HERE!
Join us for a demonstration of bird banding on Sat., May 31. There’s a precise skill and technique to peering into birds’ private lives. GROUP SIZE LIMITED – PLEASE REGISTER. MORE
Join us on Sunday to search for wildflowers at the Greensboro Ridge Natural Area with botanist Alice Schori. A lovely thing to do on Mother’s Day! MORE
Bring your binoculars and join us on Saturday morning to greet the spring migrants returning to Mink Brook. Meet at the parking area near the electric substation off Route 10 just south of downtown Hanover at 6:30 am. We will visit the protected lands along the brook both east and west. We may catch a glimpse of the black bear and her three cubs.
… because our Spring Trip cards are here, with a full menu of indoor programs and outdoor adventures. And – the Mink Brook bear is out of her den with three cubs. Visit her on our Facebook page. Take in your birdfeeders, secure your trash, and leash your dog when at the Mink Brook Nature Preserve.
Our next trip is Sunday, Feb. 23 – we’ll be tracking winter wildlife in the Mayor-Niles Forest on Moose Mountain. This trip is a special treat for current Hanover Conservancy members (free, but registration is required). Not a member? Join us!
Browse our Winter 2014 schedule of outdoor trips and indoor programs. Whether you prefer to explore Hanover outdoors in the snow or from the warmth of a comfy chair at the Howe Library, we hope you’ll check it out.