1. In addition to our website, Nashaway Chapter information and events are on Facebook! You can either go to the following link and follow the group, https://www.facebook.com/Nashaway-Chapter-of-New-Hampshire-Audubon-137943636785233/ or we can send an invite your way. Please let us know if you'd like an invite by simply emailing us back with a quick reply at email@example.com.
2. Monthly Program:
December 20, 2017 South Africa Adventures, Jane Kolias and Sam Townsend
Join us at our regular meeting as Jane Kolias, 2014 Audubon Volunteer of the year and nighthawk watcher and Sam Townsend share their experiences at S. Africaís Zulu Nyala Private Game Reserve and the many other nature and wildlife sanctuaries near to the port city of Durban, a city of 3.5 million. Zulu Nyala is in the heart of one of South Africaís most diverse conservation regions and home to a wide variety of wildlife such as elephant, rhino, buffalo, hippo, giraffe, leopard and cheetah. Durban is the largest port city in S. Africa and one of the busiest tourist cities on the Indian Ocean.
Friday Dec. 30, 2017 Annual Chapter Christmas Bird Count
The Nashaway Chapter will be participating in the 118th annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC) within a 15-mile diameter centered near the Nashua Hollis boarder.We will be counting birds by day and tallying up the sightings in the evening (5:00pm) over dinner at the Lawrence Barn (Hollis Recreation Comm. 28 Depot Rd.) in Hollis. A small fee ($5.00) will be collected in the evening for the tally/dinner. Groups will be assigned specific count areas within the circle.No meeting place in the morning.
Members and friends of New Hampshire Audubon may also be interested in participating in events at the local Beaver Brook Association in Hollis, NH. See their event listing at Beaver Brook Calendar
Nashaway is one of the chapters of New Hampshire Audubon . We provide free-of-charge informative programs on birds, birding, and nature for residents of Nashua and surrounding communities.
|Nashaway Chapter of NH Audubon: Last updated Nov. 28, 2017|