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The Nature Conservancy hosts many exciting events and field trips throughout the year in New Hampshire.  Led by chapter staff and/or local experts, most are free and open to members and non-members alike.  Registration is often requested, as some trips have space limits. See trip information for details!


Ongoing Special Events


  • Volunteer for Nature!

    Statewide in New Hampshire
    August 23, 2016 - December 31, 2018

    Do you love exploring one of our many preserves on a regular basis? Do you want to help protect and care for the nature preserve in your community? Turn that love into action by joining our core team of volunteers that support the stewardship and maintenance of th... Learn more


Special Events


  • The Future of Nature Film Series

    Red River Theatres
    11 South Main Street
    Concord, NH 03301
    August 30, 2017 - October 25, 2017

    August 30: Before the Flood September 27: Racing Extinction October 25: TBA Building upon the success of last year’s series, we’re joining forces once again with Red River Theatres in Concord to present this exciting three-part event! The Future of Nature... Learn more


  • Camera Trapping 101

    Harris Center for Conservation Education
    83 King's Highway
    Hancock, NH 03449


    June 27, 2017

    As motion-activated game cameras get better and less expensive, they're becoming a popular way to enjoy wildlife in our own backyards. Join us for a camera trapping workshop led by The Nature Conservancy's Eric Aldrich, who has run the popular Hancock Wildlife Cam pa... Learn more


  • Stamp Act Island: An Insider's Look

    North Beach on Stamp Act Island*
    Lake Wentworth
    Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

    *See directions for boat launch information.
    August 12, 2017

    Stamp Act Island in Lake Wentworth is rich in history and wild virtues. The island was once owned by Governor John Wentworth, the last colonial governor of New Hampshire, who was influential in repealing Britain’s Stamp Act. Today, all 11,000 feet of the island... Learn more


  • Let's Moth! National Moth Week 2017

    Ossipee Pine Barrens Preserve
    Route 41
    Ossipee, NH

    July 26, 2017

    Celebrate National Moth Week, when nighttime nature comes to life! Grab your headlamp and join Jeff Lougee as he sleuths for a variety of the Ossipee Pine Barren Preserve’s winged residents. We’ll be setting up black lights to attract moths that we c... Learn more


  • What Scat Is That? Tracks, Scat and Finding Signs of Mammals When You Can’t See Them

    Lubberland Creek Preserve
    112 Bay Road
    Newmarket, NH 03857
    September 16, 2017

    Get the scoop on all things poop! New Hampshire is home to over 60 species of mammals, but many of them are rarely seen. The Conservancy's Dr. Dave Patrick will introduce you to some of the approaches used by wildlife ecologists to “detect” mammals based ... Learn more


  • What Scat Is That? Tracks, Scat and Finding Signs of Mammals When You Can't See Them

    Manchester Cedar Swamp Preserve
    Countryside Boulevard
    Manchester, NH
    August 19, 2017

    Get the scoop on all things poop! New Hampshire is home to over 60 species of mammals, but many of them are rarely seen. The Conservancy's Dr. Dave Patrick will introduce you to some of the approaches used by wildlife ecologists to “detect” mammals based ... Learn more


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