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Sense of Place Community Forum: Building Partnerships & Maintaining Trails

The public is invited to participate in “Building Partnerships & Maintaining Trails,” the first of five Community Forums on Outdoor Recreation and Public Lands in the Mount Washington Valley, collaboratively organized by public and private entities. Panelists and Q&A. More info: www.backyardconcept.org/senseofplace  

Sense of Place Community Forum: Building Partnerships & Maintaining Trails2020-01-22T13:13:58-05:00

Full Moon Walk

Join the staff on an evening snowshoe ramble through the beautiful fields and forests of Tin Mountain’s Jackson property. Bring snowshoes or borrow ours. Call 447-6991 to reserve a pair of snowshoes.

Full Moon Walk2019-12-22T21:07:41-05:00

Tanzania: Birds, Big Game and a Taste of Maasai Culture

Based on a Feb. 2019 trip to Tanzania, TMCC member and volunteer Charlie Nims will share his birding safari adventure through the Northern Circuit of Tanzania including Tarangire NP, Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti, finishing with a quick visit to Zanzibar.  Although the focus will be on birds, there will be lots of big game, [...]

Tanzania: Birds, Big Game and a Taste of Maasai Culture2019-12-19T11:16:59-05:00

Winter Tracks Family Snowshoe

Who’s been here? Was it a fox, a bobcat, or even a fisher? Learn the four basic track patterns and enjoy the morning outside with your family during Tin Mountain’s Winter Tracks Family Snowshoe program. Families of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Winter Tracks Family Snowshoe2019-12-19T11:15:58-05:00

New Hampshire’s Declining Bird Population

In September a study was published in the journal Science that highlighted an alarming decline in bird populations throughout North America. Similar studies in Europe have found the same. The report indicates a net population decline of 29% (about three billion birds) in North America since 1970. Yes that’s billion, with a “b.” Iain MacLeod, [...]

New Hampshire’s Declining Bird Population2019-12-19T11:15:08-05:00

CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER EcoForum: Trout Stream Restoration

THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER. IT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR MAY 14. Streams and riparian areas are dynamic, and change dramatically over decades and centuries. Research in the last thirty years has shed light on the interconnected nature of streams and riparian areas, documenting that riparian zones are indeed an integral part [...]

CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER EcoForum: Trout Stream Restoration2020-02-12T09:52:25-05:00

Patterns in the Snow: a Tracking Exploration FIELD & CLASSROOM SESSION. EXPANDED TIME

DUE TO WEATHER, THE CLASSROOM & FIELD PORTION WILL NOW BOTH TAKE PLACE ON SATURDAY, FEB 8 FROM 9AM-1PM. BRING A HEARTY SNACK/ LUNCH. Have you ever wondered what animals move through your yard when you’re not looking?  Have you ever looked at the tracks in your yard and wondered who made them and what [...]

Patterns in the Snow: a Tracking Exploration FIELD & CLASSROOM SESSION. EXPANDED TIME2020-02-05T15:28:39-05:00

POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER Patterns in the Snow: a Tracking Exploration (classroom session)

THIS PROGRAM WILL NOW ALL TAKE PLACE ON SATURDAY, FEB 8, 9AM-1PM Have you ever wondered what animals move through your yard when you’re not looking?  Have you ever looked at the tracks in your yard and wondered who made them and what they were doing? Snow provides us a yearly opportunity to learn more [...]

POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER Patterns in the Snow: a Tracking Exploration (classroom session)2020-02-05T15:25:17-05:00

Environmental Book Group: The Wild Trees

Join us for the inaugural gathering of Tin Mountain’s Environmental Book Group. We will be discussing The Wild Trees: a Story of Passion and Daring by Richard Preston. The book explores the remaining ancient trees in the redwood forests of northern California through the eyes of Steve Sillett, Marie Antoine, and the tiny group of [...]

Environmental Book Group: The Wild Trees2019-12-09T11:16:37-05:00