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April 2018
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Joe Ford Wildlife Sanctuary Woodcock Walk

April 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Joe Ford Wildlife Sanctuary, Garrity Road
Lee, NH United States
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Join NH Audubon Director of Land Management, Phil Brown, and members of the Lee Conservation Commission for a woodcock walk on the Joe Ford Wildlife Sanctuary, a town-owned conservation parcel that NH Audubon was instrumental in recently protecting. The Sanctuary is home to this spectacular shrubland shorebird whose intricate display flights inspire awe. Come learn about and witness this iconic spring sign, and see how management efforts can create favorable habitat for this declining bird species. Free and open to…

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Scotland Brook Wildlife Sanctuary Trails Work Day

April 29 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Scotland Brook Wildlife Sanctuary,

Volunteers will have the opportunity to improve trail access and learn about one of NH Audubon's spectacular and historic northern NH gems – the Scotland Brook Wildlife Sanctuary in Landaff. Work alongside NHA staff and other volunteers, to clear the trails from fall and winter storms. Meet at the Scotland Brook Trailhead on Jim Noyes Hill Road at 9am. For directions, see http://www.nhaudubon.org/get-outside/sanctuaries-2/scotland-brook-wildlife-sanctuary/ Wear work clothing appropriate for the weather and bring a lunch and water. Tools will be provided…

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May 2018
$5M/$8NM

Spring Bird Walks at Silk Farm/McLane Center

May 7 @ 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Silk Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, Concord, + Google Map

Start your week off on the right notes – those of spring migrant songbirds! Director of Land Management, Phil Brown will lead you through the various habitats of the Silk Farm Wildlife Sanctuary outside the McLane Center in search of whatever spring brings our way. Bring binoculars, a notebook, and dress for the conditions including possibly mud and insect pests. Cost: $5 member/$8 non-member. Contact Phil Brown at pbrown@nhaudubon.org or 224-9909x334 to RSVP or for more information.

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10th Annual Tudor Richards Memorial FT/International Migratory Bird Day (IMBD) at Pondicherry Refuge

May 12 @ 6:00 am - 3:00 pm
Pondicherry Wildlife Refuge, Jefferson, NH United States + Google Map

Join leaders, Dave Govatski of the Friends of Pondicherry, and Phil Brown, Director of Land Management for NH Audubon, for a guided bird watching tour around Airport Marsh in Whitefield (for grassland and marsh birds), then to Cherry and Little Cherry Ponds in Jefferson (warblers and other songbirds). This annual field trip commemorates the return of migrating birds and the memory of Tudor Richards, NH Audubon’s first President and the “father of Pondicherry”. Bring water, lunch and binoculars. Past field…

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Spring Bird Walks at Silk Farm/McLane Center

May 14 @ 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Silk Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, Concord, + Google Map

Start your week off on the right notes – those of spring migrant songbirds! Director of Land Management, Phil Brown will lead you through the various habitats of the Silk Farm Wildlife Sanctuary outside the McLane Center in search of whatever spring brings our way. Bring binoculars, a notebook, and dress for the conditions including possibly mud and insect pests. Cost: $5 member/$8 non-member. Contact Phil Brown at pbrown@nhaudubon.org or 224-9909x334 to RSVP or for more information.

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Birds and Blooms of Ponemah Bog Wildlife Sanctuary

May 19 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Ponemah Bog Wildlife Sanctuary, Rhodora Drive
Amherst, NH United States
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Join Senior Biologist, Laura Deming, on the first of a series of Bog Walks that run through July. This date represents peak season for migratory songbirds as well as Rhodora, a magenta-flowering shrub that Ponemah Bog is well-known for. Singing warblers and colorful blooms may make for a memorable morning. Bring binoculars, a notebook, and dress for the conditions including possibly mud and insect pests. Free and open to the public. Contact Laura at ldeming@nhaudubon.org or 224-9909x335 for more information.

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Spring Bird Walks at Silk Farm/McLane Center

May 21 @ 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Silk Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, Concord, + Google Map

Start your week off on the right notes – those of spring migrant songbirds! Director of Land Management, Phil Brown will lead you through the various habitats of the Silk Farm Wildlife Sanctuary outside the McLane Center in search of whatever spring brings our way. Bring binoculars, a notebook, and dress for the conditions including possibly mud and insect pests. Cost: $5 member/$8 non-member. Contact Phil Brown at pbrown@nhaudubon.org or 224-9909x334 to RSVP or for more information.

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