Nashaway Chapter of the New Hampshire Audubon Society
Nashaway is one of the chapters of New Hampshire Audubon . We provide informative programs on birds, birding, and nature for residents of Nashua and surrounding communities. These programs are free-of-charge and open-to-the-public. We also lead monthly field trips to birding locations in NH or MA.
Upcoming Nashaway Events
Saturday Oct. 19, 2019 7:30am-3:30pm: Odiorne Point and the NH Coastline. We will be looking for wintering waterfowl (loons, grebes, sea ducks) from Odiorne Point south to Hampton Beach State Park. Bring binoculars, a scope, and lunch.
Tuesday Nov. 12 12:30pm-2:30pm, at Beaver Brook Association's Brown Barn, 52 Brown Lane, Hollis, NH: Winter Tree Identification Workshop
Join Beaver Brook Natural Resource Manager Brandon Rackliff for a workshop on NH Tree Identification. There will be a brief introduction in the classroom on how to identify trees without leaves. The class will then move outdoors for easy walking on the trails of Beaver Brook to learn how to key out common evergreen and deciduous species. Free. Dress for the weather and for walking outdoors (This program is jointly sponsored with the Beaver Brook Association). Please call Beaver Brook to register :603-465-7787
Other Beaver Brook Activities that may be of interest
Saturday, October 26⋅9:00am – 12:00pm Nissitissit River Hike. Park at Beaver Brook Great Meadow Parking lot at junction of Worcester Rd & West Hollis Road, Hollis NH. Hike along the wild and scenic Nissitissit River through the protected land of Beaver Brook Association, the Nissitissit River Land Trust and MA Fisheries & WIldlife. Hike ends at Prescott Street in Pepperell MA. Shuttle back to cars at Beaver Brook on stateline.
Wednesday, October 30⋅10:00am – 12:00pm Guided Wildflower Hike-Witch Hazel
Description:Register here.This traditional Wildflower walks lead you through the trails of Beaver Brook in search of each week's blooming wildflowers. Join the knowledgable Dr. Patricia Swain Rice as she looks at flowers and flowering shrubs in the context of natural communities on these walks. This is the last wildflower hike of the year in search of the latest blooming flowering plant, the Witch Hazel shrubs.
|Nashaway Chapter of NH Audubon: Last updated Oct 16, 2019|