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The Nature Discovery Center

18 Highlawn Rd Warner, NH across from the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum

 

2019 Season Opens:

 

Sunday May 19

 

Closes for Season:

 

Sunday October 27

 

Hours of Operation

 

Fridays and Sundays:

Noon - 5:00

 

Saturdays:

10:30 - 5:00

 

Group Visits

(6 or more) by appointment only

603-746-6121

 

Calendar Events

2019

Feb. 23

Understading Bobcats in NH

March 23, 24th

Maple Weekend

March 30

Wings of the Dawn with Maria Colby

April 13

Returning North with the Spring; Retracing the Journey of Naturalist Edwin Way Teale

April 20

Discover Wild NH Day

 

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2019 Winter Programs

Understanding Bobcats In New Hampshire

February 23 (Sat.)
Time: 1:30pm

Location: Hopkinton Town Library
61 Houston Dr, Contookook NH 03229

Description: Presented by the Fish and Wildlife Stewards of NH. Bobcats are found in the state but the are not common. Ask the experts about Bobcats!

Cost:FREE

 

Maple Weekend

March 23 and 24th (Sat.,Sun.)
Time: 10 am - 4pm

Location: Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum and Nature Discovery Center
18 Highlawn Rd., Warner NH

Description: The Nature Discovery Center and Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum will be offering a variety fun maple educational displays and activities. You will have fun learning and trying some new activities, several of which will be "make and take"! Activities will be held outside in the parking lot between the two museums, weather permitting. Mt. Keargarge Indian Museum will be presenting traditional maple activities including boiling sap to make maple syrup, making maple sugar and candy. The Mt. Keargarge Indian Museum will be open for self-guided tours. The Nature Discovery Center Museum will not be open till May, but will offering a variety of activites at this wonderful event!

Cost: FREE

 

Wings of the Dawn with Maria Colby

March 30
Time: 1:30 - 2:30pm

Location:Hopkinton Town Library
61 Houston Dr, Contookook NH 03229

Description: Maria Colby offers wildlife rehabilitation services and educational outreach. She also has a bird sanctuary. In her educational programming, Maria uses rehabilitated birds which unfortunately cannot be released the the wild. She will discuss a routine day for her, tell some incredible stories of rescues, and advise on helping injured wild animals. Maria will also bring live birds to this program.

Cost: FREE (Donations to this program will be split betwen the Museum and Wings of the Dawn)

 

 

Returning North with the Spring; Retracing the Journey of Naturalist Edwin Way Teale with Dr. John Harris

April 13
Time: 1:30 - 2:30pm

Location: Pillsbury Library
Main St. Warner, NH

Description: We are very pleased to announce a special program hosted by the Nature Discovery Center and sponsored by the NH Humanities Council. Dr. John Harris will present a review of "Returning North with the Spring; Retracing the Journey of Naturalist Edwin Way Teale". Dr. John Harris is a faculty member in the English and American Studies Department and serves as Project Coordinator at the Monadnock Institute of Nature, Place and Culture at Franklin Pierce University.

Cost: FREE

 

Discover Wild NH Day

April 20
Time: 10 am - 3 pm

Location: NH Fish and Game Headquarters
Concord, NH

Description: Join the Nature Discovery Center for the Museums 29th year at Discover Wild NH Day! We welcome you to stop by our table for some fun activities and to see the events planned for this new season. Many of New Hampshire's environmental organizations will be represented at this event. Wildlife and nature experts from all over NH will be there to answer questions, give demonstrations, provide wildlife and nature related information, and much more! There will be activities, contests and prizes for all ages.

Cost: FREE

 

ConcordNH TV Video from Discover Wild NH Day April 21st, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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