September is New Member Month! We have a goal to welcome 50 new members – that’s a little more than 1 a day; and YOU can help us get there! If you join at a Tin Mountain Nature Program, Field Program or event in the month of September, you will receive $10 off your chosen [...]
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Fantastic Fungi Festival Saturday, October 15, 10am-3pm Join beginner and practiced mycologists alike for a day celebrating the fantastic (and infamous) fungi of New Hampshire. The event will include guided walks, tips on storage and preservation, spore prints, and more! Come for part or all of the time; participants are asked to sign up for [...]
In case you missed it, here is a link to an article that appeared in the Manchester Union Leader about Tin Mountain. Enjoy!
Celebrate Earth Day by volunteering with spring trail maintenance at Tin Mountain. It is a great way to get outside, celebrate spring and enjoy some good company. And a lunch is on us! Join for the whole day or just stop by for the morning. Contact Kat Ferguson for more details.
While the trail's at Tin Mountain's Rockwell Sanctuary in Albany have always been open during daylight hours, the Nature Learning Center will now be open weekends as well. The building will be open to the public 9am -4pm on both Saturday and Sunday, unless there is a private function, in which case just the trails [...]
Tin Mountain is currently hiring for THREE Summer Research Positions: One Avian Ecology position and Two Brook Trout Habitat Restoration Positions. Avian Ecology: internship involves conducting weekly avian point count surveys on properties we steward and on other conserved private land in the area, assisting with songbird banding activities and MAPS station operation, re-sighting previously [...]
Join Tin Mountain Conservation Center every Thursday in July & August for weekly hikes at the Jackson Field Station property. Highlights include the summit of Tin Mountain, a tin mine on the property, and historic homestead, and a mountain pond. Tin Mountain’s naturalist will explain the historic use of the property, help identify plant [...]
Eat delicious local ice cream and support Tin Mountain?! That’s what we can win-win! Stop by Trails End Ice Cream anytime 12-9pm on August 18 and a portion of your purchase will go to Tin Mountain. Yum!
Tin Mountain is excited to host acclaimed ornithologist and writer Scott Weidensaul for this virtual program. Earlier this year Scott released his second book, A World on the Wing: the Global Odyssey of Migratory Birds, an exploration of the science and wonder of global bird migration. Even as scientists make astounding discoveries about the navigational and [...]