Resources from Conservation Partners
Enjoy this great list of family nature activities from The Four Winds Nature Institute
Maps, videos and much, much more from the Linking Lands Alliance– take a look!
Wildlife cams, backyard birding, book recommendations and more from The Nature Conservancy
Citizen Science projects from Sullivan County Conservation District Outreach and Education
Spring Seek and Find from NH Audubon Society
Here are some great nature-focused scavenger hunts. Let us know if you have a favorite for us to share!
Hanover Conservancy Scavenger Hunt
No Wooden Spoons: Nature hunt includes images for younger children, and this page also includes a city-themed hunt for more urban areas!
Purple Pumpkin: Gratitude-themed scavenger hunt
TeachersPayTeachers: Winter nature-themed scavenger hunt with pictures for all ages to use.
Trish Sutton: Words only; suitable for independent readers.
Simple Acres: Gratitude/mindfulness hunt
You can find Geocaches on several Conservancy properties, and we always want to hear about your experience out in the forest! This worldwide activity requires a GPS (your phone will do!) and will introduce you to new, incredible places you might not otherwise have visited. Learn more about geocaching here.
Greenboro Ridge – Ice Cream Sphere
Greensboro Ridge – Triple 1 Double 5
Mayor-Niles Forest – So This is the Mayor-Niles Forest
Mayor-Niles Forest – Tote Road Cache
Mayor-Niles Forest – White Ledge
Valley Quests – search all here.
Balch Hill Quest (no treasure- takes you to summit)
Balch Hill Quest– older
Norwich Historical Society Driving Tours
Norwich Hunts & Caches: Learn about local history while exploring outside!
Early Settlement of Norwich Comic Book
PBS Kids: Science lessons and activities to try at home
NASA Climate Kids: Learn about the Earth, climate change and more through interactive games and videos.
Nature: FREE episodes streaming on PBS
Our Planet, Planet Earth, or Seven Worlds, One Planet: Watch incredible footage from ecosystems around the world- available on Netflix and other streaming services. Read a NYTimes article on why nature shows are so popular right now.