Please join us! All NEK Audubon activities and events are free and open to the public. For further information about any activity, call Tom (626-9071) or email email@example.com) unless otherwise noted.
NEK Audubon Informational and Planning Meetings are usually held on the first Tuesday of each month. Join us at the Fairbanks Museum 4-5:30pm. Please call or email ahead, as meeting dates are subject to change. All NEK Audubon events and field trips are free and open to the public.
March 15, 2014 - 3-5pm - The Fairbanks Museum and NEK Audubon will present author and naturalist Joel Greenberg. He will give a talk from his new book, The Feathered River Across the Sky answering many of the questions of why the passenger pigeon became extinct. See the review from the New Yorker by clicking here.
April 12, Saturday: Wenlock WMA. We’ll hike the Moose Bog Trail in search of resident species and returning migrants. Contact Tom at 626-9071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
May 11, Sunday: Victory WMA. We’ll hike along Roger’s Creek-Lee’s Hill trail as well as the ‘Portland Pipeline’ looking for resident species and returning migrants and study the fragile habitat of Victory Basin. Contact Tom at 626-9071 or email email@example.com
May 25, Sunday: NEK Audubon’s ‘Quest’ for birds. We’ll check several ‘hotspots’ in the Northeast Kingdom for a variety of species stopping by Victory WMA, Wenlock WMA and South Bay WMA for short durations. Contact Tom at 626-9071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for other interesting events? Check out the NH Audubon Ammonoosuc Chapter, 2013-2014 Program Update
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February 19, 2014: Following Atticus: 48 High-Peaks, One Little Dog, and an Extraordinary Friendship. A fascinating story by author Tom Ryan and his miniature schnauzer companion named Atticus who attempted to scale twice in the dead of winter, the 48 highest peaks in the White Mountains. Tom and Atticus will be around to sign books after the program.
Mar 19, 2014: The Ordinary Extraordinary Junco. A new documentary film from Indiana University and funded by the National Science Foundation designed to engage, entertain, and inspire audiences of all backgrounds. The feature-length film is comprised of eight chapters that highlight past and present biological research on one of the most common and abundant – yet amazing and diverse groups of songbirds in North America, the Juncos.
Apr 16, 2014: Turtles, Amphibians and Vernal Pools. Join us for a fascinating evening program and a visit to a vernal pool with Mike Jones and Liz Willey. Mike and Liz are accomplished authors, speakers, researchers and photographers. We will go outside after the indoor program on turtles and amphibians to see a vernal pool just a few steps away. Bring a flashlight and warm clothing for the outside portion.