Join the Tin Mountain Bird Society for this trip down to Concord, NH, to explore the raptor platform at Carter Hill Orchard. NH Audubon will have an observer stationed there to share the migrants seen to date. This program is open to everyone and all birding levels are welcome.
Back by popular demand! Author Ben Kilham will share his insights and understanding of black bears gained by observing bears in the wild and raising orphaned bear cubs on his property in Lyme, NH. There may even be an update on the ‘Jackson five!’ Fee: $5/member, $7/non-member, $10/family
Join the staff of Tin Mountain for a day full of fall! Apple pressing, family walks, and crafts among the offerings at the celebration of all things autumn. Fee includes admission in Ben Kilham program that evening. Fee: $5/member, $7/non-member, $10/family
Don Kretchmer, limnologist, has lived and worked for over 30 years on and around NH lakes. He will draw on this experience and present a sampling of interesting phenomenon and trivia including how our lakes were formed, what lives in our lakes, how our lakes function and how we use our lakes.
Spend the morning with Tin Mountain exploring the old course of the Saco River. Enjoy the start of fall and search for migrating birds, mammal signs, and the colors of autumn. Pack a lunch and your binoculars. Bring your own canoe or borrow one of ours. Space is limited. Call 447-6991 for reservations.
Join herbalist Carol Felice in the process of creating witch hazel, starting with identifying and gathering the plant on the Rockwell Sanctuary and preparing the solution. While it will need to soak for several weeks, everyone will leave with the materials to strain and store the traditional witch hazel infusion. $5 Materials fee.
Join the Tin Mountain Bird Society for this fall avian exploration. Bring your binoculars or borrow ours. All are welcome, regardless of birding level!
Will Broussard, Tin Mountain board member and bird aficionado will lead participants through the commonly seen sparrow species in anticipation of the subsequent walk. You do not need to attend the walk to join (although we hope you do!).
POSTPONED DUE TO ILLNESS When should we expect peak foliage this fall? Better ask an 8th grader. Eloryn Fall, a student at Kennett Middle School, will present her research on fall foliage trends. The research, done with AMC’s Georgia Murray, was also presented at Hubbard Brook Cooperators’ Meeting this past summer.
Join us in search of hawks during their fall migration. Enjoy a great hike while we look for hawks, other birds, and signs of fall. Bring binoculars or borrow ours. Call Tin Mountain for more details (603) 447-6991.