Tin Mountain Nature Programs June 7-21, 2022

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NH Gives

June 7, 5 pm to June 8, 5 pm

Tin Mountain Conservation Center will once again participate in NH Gives, a 24 hour giving marathon for non-profit organizations in NH. Tin Mountain has $8,000 in matching funds meaning your donation will be matched, dollar for dollar up to $8,000. Your donation will help Tin Mountain continue its mission to provide experiential environmental education programs to students, families and individuals throughout the greater Mt. Washington Valley.

Field Program

Ladies on the Lake: Iona Lake

Thursday, June 16, 5:30-7:00 pm

Gather your daughter, mother, sister, friends and neighbors or come on your own for this all-female evening paddle on Iona Lake. We will enjoy each other’s company, the onset of an early summer evening and look and listen for the lake’s wildlife. Bring your own canoe or kayak or rent one of ours. All paddling abilities welcome. Advanced registration required.

Program Fee: $15/person or $25 for household for non-members; members free. Canoe rental: $10/person.

Field Program

Eshqua Bog and Showy Lady Slippers

Tuesday, June 21, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Eshqua Bog is a botanical wonderland and we will be visiting at the height of the showy lady slipper orchid bloom. The forty-acre property is owned by the Nature Conservancy of VT and the New England Wildflower Society. We will be walking on a recently installed accessible boardwalk. In addition to the showy lady slippers, we should see some northern bog and green orchids and possibly a few late yellow lady slippers. Bring your camera, binoculars, lunch and water.

Program fee: $10/member; $25/non-member.

Field Program

Annual Mountain-Laurel Exploration

Thursday, June 23, 3:00 – 5:00 pm

Join the staff of Tin Mountain as we wander through the most northerly and perhaps the largest mountain-laurel population in NH. The shrubs should be at the height of bloom during this walk through an extraordinary forest community.

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