Give the Gift of Nature to someone this year. They can visit over 150 other nature centers in the U.S. and Canada for free with their Beaver Brook Membership card! Nearby you can gain free entrance to the Squam Lake Science Center and Seacoast Science Center. Or maybe they’d like to travel to Tybee Island Marine Center, Manatee Observation Center in FL or the Canyonlands Institute in Moab, Utah. See the list.
Mail in a check for $50 (Individual) or $75 (Family) specifying the recipients name and address or make on online donation in their name right here. You can send an e-card right away or we can snail mail a card. We’ll even make you a custom gift basket or membership-in-a-bottle with a tshirt for you to present as a gift if you call us 603-465-7787!
Consider a donation to Beaver Brook Nature Center. Your donation will go toward:
- Preserving the rural character of the region with 2187 acres of open space, historical buildings, gardens and trails.
- Migratory bird seed plots
- Bird feeding station
- American Chestnut Nursery
- Free weekend guided hikes
- Butterfly habitat trail
Become a Friend of Beaver Brook today!
A gift card will be mailed to the recipients specified. If you choose to make them a Friend of Beaver Brook, a member packet with color maps and trail guides, a decal, and member card good at 153 nature centers nationwide, will be mailed to them.
Baby porcupine at Beaver Brook
Wednesdays 9-11 am
The traditional Wednesday Wildflower walks lead you through the trails of Beaver Brook in search of each week’s blooming wildflowers. Join the knowledgeable BBA instructor Rivka Schwartz on these walks. Walks take place each Wednesday through June 24th.
Free for members of BBA /$5 donation for non members. Call or check location on website each week to make sure you are at the right trailhead. 603-465-7787.
Wildlflower Bloom Book of Beaver Brook by Joan Bonnette available for sale $10.
Saturday March 8 3-4 pm. Lawrence Barn 28 Depot Road. Free. Public welcome.
Eric Masterson, author of Birdwatching in New Hampshire, will present a 45 minute presentation on how to find the more than 300 species of birds that occur annually in New Hampshire. Eric’s talk will feature the best of the best of New Hampshire’s birding, with photos and anecdotes taken from his book.
This program is cosponsored by The Beaver Brook Association and The Hollis Social Library. Eric’s books will be available for sale and signing. Refreshments will be available and donations to Beaver Brook programming and Trails will be accepted.
Eric Masterson was born in Ireland. After spending several years in Africa, he returned home to finish his studies in ornithology at University College Dublin. He moved with his wife to New Hampshire in 1999, and has worked since in the field of environmental conservation, including at New Hampshire Audubon, the Piscataquog Land Conservancy, and currently at the Harris Center in Hancock. He serves on the New Hampshire Rare Bird Committee and is a seasonal editor for the quarterly journal New Hampshire Bird Records.
June 8, 2013
Keyes Memorial Park Elm Street Milford NH
NH Children in Nature Network.
Please join us for a morning of simple, hands on activities inspired by nature. Children and families will have opportunities to engage with fields, streams and forests through fun nature based exploration and experimentation. Pediatrician Dr. Andrew Jones will be on hand to speak with parents. Come prepared to be outdoors with water, snack, sunscreen & bug spray. Children must be accompanied by an adult to participate!
Pre-Register now at www.milfordrec.com.