A Chapter of New Hampshire Audubon



Field Trips

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Helping Us


All programs are free and open to the public and held in the large meeting room downstairs at the Nashua Public Library on the second Tuesday of the month. While most programs start at 7pm, this year we are offering an afternoon program in November (see below)

Tuesday September 10, 2019.  7pm  Secrets of the Wildlife Photographer,  Howard Muscott 

Howard is a well known local photographer noted from his photos that capture beautiful nature scenes and wildlife. His photos of local birds (including Green Herons, Ospreys, Snowy Owls, Loons) are inspiring and informative.

TuesdayOctober 8, 2019.   7pm Purple Martin Colony- John Kenny

Establishing a Purple Martin colony turned out to be a lot more than just putting up a multi-nest house in the yard.  Learn about the time and dedication it took over several years to successfully establish a colony of these beautiful birds.  Presented by Cathy Kenny

Tuesday November 12   12:30pm    Tree Identification,  Brendon Rackliff   *Note this is an afternoon event*

Brendon is the Natural Resource Manager for Beaver Brook Association. He will lead the group through a workshop on identifying local trees. The program will take place at Beaver Brook's Maple Hill Farm, 117 Ridge Road in Hollis, NH

Tuesday December 10    7pm  Background on Audubon’s Christmas Bird Count,- David Deifik

This informative talk provides us with background data as we prepare for the annual Audubon sponsored citizen science project.

Nashaway Chapter of NH Audubon: Last updated Aug 21, 2019