Birds, Trees, and Insects: Weather, Climate, and Plant Phenology
Thursday, April 20, 6:30pm – Join us during Earth Week to consider a half century of research on birds, trees, insects, weather, climate, and phenology in the famous Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest. Bring binoculars This program is co-sponsored with the Howe Library and Northern Woodlands magazine. No registration is required. Email Jared Jenisch at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Meet: Outside […]
April Amphibians & Vernal Pools WalkGreensboro Ridge Natural Area Velvet Rocks, Hanover
There’s no surer sign of spring than the awakening of a vernal pool—and no better spot to see one than our Greensboro Ridge Natural Area. Join Conservation Biologist Steve Faccio, from the Vermont Center for Ecostudies, for a moderately strenuous off-trail hike to the forested vernal pools at the Greensboro Ridge Natural Area, where we'll […]
Kite Day at Balch HillBalch Hill Natural Area Grasse Road, Hanover, NH
Saturday, May 6, 2-4pm Bring your kites and kids (and cameras!) to join us for a joyous afternoon of kite-flying in the breezes of Balch Hill. This annual favorite makes for great family fun. Sponsor: Red Kite Candy Meet: Summit of Balch Hill. Leader: Hanover Conservancy volunteers Register for the event here!
Mother’s Day Wildflower WalkGreensboro Ridge Natural Area Velvet Rocks, Hanover
Sunday, May 14, 1-3pm Search for spring wildflowers and unfurling ferns amid the velvet ledges of Greensboro Ridge. We’ll learn to spot these ephemeral beauties even before or after they bloom. Be prepared to explore off-trail. Meet: Top of Velvet Rocks Drive Leader: Botanist Alice Schori Register for the event below! https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/9pTM3rARi4QSmBj9n9Bozw