Book Group: Living on the Wind

From 4pm until 5pm

At Nature Learning Center, Albany

Join us for a discussion on Living on the Wind: Across the Hemisphere with Migratory Birds by Scott Weidensaul. Request a copy from your local library. If you are interested in purchasing the book, we have asked White Birch Books in North Conway to order a handful of copies.

We hope you can join us for the discussion!


Mountain Safety & Rescue: Beyond the 10 Essentials

From 6pm until 7:30pm

At Tuckerman Brewing, Conway

What happens when you do it all right and things still go wrong? Join this forum to hear stories from the front lines of accidents and adventures. We’ll discuss the common and uncommon hazards people face outdoors in the White Mountains. Snow Rangers, Mountain Rescue Service, Conway Fire Department, and NH Fish and Game will be on hand to share stories and answer questions.

Part of the Sense of Place Community Forum Series


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

From 7pm until 8pm

At Nature Learning Center, Albany

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, some insight into the Maasai culture and a feel for the varied habitats.


Coastal Birds Field Program

From 7:30am

At Meet at Nature Learning Center to carpool

We’re heading to the coast of Maine in search of harlequins, scoters, eiders, long-tailed ducks, and mergansers. Join us for an excursion to several great birding spots in southern Maine to look for various ducks and shorebirds. Make sure to bring warm layers, water, and a lunch. Bring your own binoculars or borrow ours.    


March EcoForum: Warmer Windows

From 12pm until 1pm

At Nature Learning Center, Albany

Is your heat going right out the window along with your money? For many of us here in the Mount Washington
Valley, that is exactly what we are doing. The Tin Mountain Energy Team is hoping to put a stop to that. Come learn about an exciting project coming to the valley this fall where area residents can come together to build window inserts and community.


Snowshoe Hike

From 8am until 12pm

At Meet at Grants parking lot, Glen

Strap on your snowshoes and join Tin Mountain as we enjoy rugged views and search for signs of wildlife in the snow. This moderate hike will take full advantage of March’s deep snow and warmer temperatures. Bring your own snowshoes or borrow ours. Reservations requested: call 603-447-6991.


Ancient Trees of North America

From 7pm until 8pm

At Nature Learning Center, Albany

Take a photographic journey across North America to see the oldest trees starting in the White Mountains of California where we will learn about 5,000-year old Bristlecone Pines. Our journey will take us to see other trees including Whitebark and Foxtail Pines, Redwoods and Sequoias that live for 2,000-years or more. We will travel to South Carolina’s blackwater swamps to see 1,600 year old Bald Cypress and to Ontario to learn about 1,600 year old Northern White Cedar trees. We will finish in New Hampshire where we will learn that we have the oldest broad-leaved tree in North America, the Black Gum, and an ancient Eastern Red Cedar growing on a cliff. We will describe how scientist age trees and why dendrochronology is so important in understanding climate change.


First Season Benefit Dinner & Auction

From 5pm until 9pm

At Ada Wadsworth Arena, Fryeburg Academy

Join Tin Mountain for an evening of dinner, music, and hundreds exciting items donated by local businesses and craftspeople. Call 447-6991 for more information.