Events 2014-06-05T15:49:20+00:00

Documentary: Saving Snow

From 7pm until 8pm

At Nature Learning Center

From the struggle against fading winters, unexpected heroes emerge. Saving Snow documents how ski towns are coping with warmer winters. 


Winter Bird Ecology

From 7pm until 8pm

At Nature Learning Center

The Christmas Bird Count is fast approaching.  Brush up on your winter bird identification as we review local winter bird field marks as well as pass on a few bird feeding tips for the winter season ahead. 


Owl Prowl

From 7pm until 8pm

At Nature Learning Center

Join the staff of Tin Mountain Conservation Center as we prowl the Rockwell Sanctuary to see Whoooo is out and about on a mid-winters night.  We will start inside with a brief presentation on local owls and their adaptations before heading onto the trail to listen for owls and other nocturnal animals. Dress warm. Call 603-447-6991 for reservations.


EcoForum: Our Land: Current Projects in with WMNF

From 12pm until 1pm

At Nature Learning Center

Curious about trail relocations or backcountry skiing opportunities in the White Mountain National Forest? Jim Innes, District Ranger for the Saco Ranger District, will provide an overview of the year’s accomplishments and planned projects for his district.


Christmas Bird Count

Join us for the 30th annual North Conway Christmas Bird Count.  Observers are needed for traveling routes by foot, cross country skis, snowshoes, or by car.  You can also tally birds at your feeder.  We'll meet back at the Nature Learning Center at 5pm to tally our counts and share stories from the day. Call 447-6991 to participate.