1. Please register for all field programs by calling 603.447.6991 or emailing us at info as group sizes are limited.
Please leave name, phone number, email and the number of people included in your registration.
2. Please bring and wear a mask when appropriate.
3. Additional information and links to the online programs can be found at www.tinmountain.org.
Loons of NH
Wednesday, July 8, 7pm
More than 350 lakes throughout the state are monitored for loons by devoted volunteers. They collect data on number of adult loon, nesting pairs, nesting success, and chick survival. Dana Fox is a longtime volunteer and coordinator with the program. She will share trends they have found over the years and give us a glimpse into the state of the state’s loon population.
Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/92740290419
Meeting ID: 927 4029 0419
Dragonflies & Damselflies of NH
Thursday, July 9, 7pm Link will be available on website
Welcome to the fascinating world of the insect order Odonata! Dr. Pam Hunt has been interested in birds since the tender age of 12, when an uncle took her to Brigantine National Wildlife Refuge in NH. She is currently an Avian Biologist with NH Audubon and coordinator of the NH Dragonfly Survey. Zoom link to come.
Glacial Landforms Field Program
Wednesday, July 15, 10-noon
Register and masks required.
The Mount Washington Valley is a great place to see some of the outwash landforms created by the melting of the continental glacier during the Wisconsin glaciation. Participants will visit and learn how to identify the features of an esker, kettle hole pond and other glacial landforms. There will be an optional roadside visit to nearby kame terrace and delta deposits afterwards as well. Register for location.
Umbagog Canoe Trip
Saturday, July 18, 6:30am-5pm
Registration and masks required
Ply the waters of Lake Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge where loons, bald eagles, and moose abound.
Bring binoculars, lunch & beverage. Use your own canoe/kayak or borrow ours. Space is limited. $10/person.
Ecology & Moths of the Pine Barrens
Thursday, July 23, 7pm
Link will be available on website
It’s National Moth Week! Time to celebrate the beauty, life cycles, and habitats of moths. Join Jeff Lougee from The Nature Conservancy to learn about some of the more unique moths found in NH.
Zoom link to come.