Just Passing Through: a Field Guide to Spring Migration, Part I
From 7pm until 8pm
At Nature Learning Center
Lifelong birder Will Broussard will help us prepare for the upcoming warbler season in this two-night review of the common and not-so-common warblers of the Mount Washington Valley. All aspects of identification will be examined including field marks, song, and habitat.
Ducks & Donuts
At Meet at the Fryeburg Academy parking lot near the gym
It’s time for our annual birding trip along the Old Course of the Saco River through North Fryeburg. We will be in search of wood ducks, hooded mergansers, blue winged teals, and red wing blackbirds! Dress warm and bring your binoculars or borrow ours. Coffee and doughnuts provided! Cost: $5/person.
MWV Earth Day FUNERGY Festival
From 10am until 1pm
At Schouler Park, North Conway
Join Tin Mountain and many other organizations at the 8th Annual Earth Day Funergy Festival. Participate in educational and energy related activities, peruse environmentally friendly goods and services, and learn about sustainability initiatives in the Mount Washington Valley.
Pop Up Program! Spring Wildflower Walk at Humphrey’s Ledge
Join us for this fun pop-up program. Date to be determined by the flowers! (sometime 4/30-5/11)
Interested in joining us for an exploration of the first flowers of spring? Call 447-6991 to reserve a spot for this program; the date will be determined by the flowers, but the display is sure to please. Dutchman’s britches and hepatica are just some of the flowers we’re sure to see.