Posts Tagged ‘nature’

Adirondack Adventure for Teens

Exploring the threatened habitats of the Adirondack Mountains, we’ll visit ancient boreal forests, search for bog-nesting birds, canoe the Racquette River, and hike to the sensitive alpine zone of the high peaks. Throughout, we’ll meet professionals working to protect these areas and learn how we can advocate for change back home in Vermont.

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Spring Wild Edibles Workshop

A veritable smorgasbord of edible plants are springing up across our fields and forests this time of year. Learn to identify and sustainably harvest a variety of plants and how to eat your way through some non-native species. We will cover tips and tricks to incorporate wild foods into your regular diet and some ways to extend the harvest. Led by NBNC Teacher/Naturalist and forager Ken Benton. 

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Birding Basics Class

Become a better birder! In this popular four-part class, you’ll develop a breadth of knowledge and skills to better appreciate Vermont’s common and not-so-common birdlife.

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Friday Morning Spring Bird Walks 2020

Weekly trips to birding hot spots around Montpelier searching for spring migrants like warblers, vireos, thrushes, and waterfowl. Led by NBNC’s expert birders. Free for NBNC members, $10non-members. Locations Vary.

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LIVE Online: Vermont’s Glacial Lakes & Geologic History w/ George Springston

Much of Vermont’s dry land was once beneath hundreds of feet of Pleistocene glacial lakewater. We’ll use new geology maps, Google Earth, and aerial photographs to explore the story of our geologic landscape over the last 12,000 years, and learn how to identify the evidence of glacial lakes in our environment today. Presented by NBNC’s Sean Beckett.

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LIVE Online: Birding your Backyard

Wednesday, April 22 | 5-6 pm | Live via Google Meet: Link to join at: https://northbranchnaturecenter.org/online As spring migration ramps up, let’s learn about what resident and migratory birds are found in our backyards while learning tips for watching and attracting them. We’ll talk about birdfeeding, “Big Sits,” landscaping for birds, nocturnal flight calls, and more.…

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