Birding in the Brownfield Bog

From 7am

At Meet at G&S Store in Brownfield

Join bird experts on a weekly bird walk at the Brownfield Bog.  This wetland is rich in its diversity of birds as they make their way north to rest or nest.  Bring binoculars or borrow ours.  Wear rubber boots, and bring a snack. Walks will run Saturday, April 29, May 6, 13, 20, 27, beginning at7:00am.


Volunteer Appreciation Sunrise Canoe Trip Brownfield Bog

From 6am

At Meet at the Brownfield Bog

We would like to thank all of our hard working volunteers with an early morning paddle in the Bog.   We will catch the sunrise as we paddle the quiet waters of the Bog in search of ducks, shorebirds, herons, and other wetland species seen from the seat of a canoe. Bring your own boat (or borrow ours) and binoculars. We will provide a breakfast snack!   Call 447-6991 for reservations. 


EcoForum: Alpine Development

From noon until 1pm

At Nature Learning Center

Keep the Whites Wild is a newly formed non-profit in NH aimed to “preserve and protect the diverse biology, natural aesthetic, and intrinsic value of New England’s White Mountain region.” Member Dave Govatski will discuss the organization’s opposition to current proposed high elevation development on Mount Washington.


Birding Old Cherry Mountain Rd, Whitefield, NH

From 6:30am

At Meet at Grant's in Glen

Birder extraordinaire Charlie Nims will lead this trip following the Old Cherry Mountain road in search of a variety of warblers on their breeding grounds.  Unusual warblers include Canada, Tennessee, and Black Poll’s, while more common birds include Magnolia, Nashville, and Black throated Blue Warblers.