All programs are open to the public. Please pre-register by filling in the form below, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling 603-463-9400, unless noted otherwise, so that Bear-Paw can provide adequate materials for everyone and notify participants in case of any last minute changes.
Winter Wildlife Sign Search
Saturday, February 22 • 10 am–12 noon
Lindsay-Flanders Town Forest Easement, Deerfield
Join natural resource specialist Frank Mitchell on this property across from the Deerfield Town Office as he helps us see tracks and other wildlife signs it could be easy to miss. This is not a long or difficult walk but we’ll take our time examining the environment carefully.
Conservation Craft Beer Tasting at Northwoods Brewing Co.
Saturday, March 14 • 2 pm - 4 pm
Northwoods Brewing Company
Northwoods Brewing Company and Bear-Paw Regional Greenways have collaborated to bring you a new beer: "Ribbons of Green" is a Belgian Witbier, to be released at this event and available for a short time only. A portion of the proceeds will go towards protecting farms and forests in the region.
Bear-Paw at Hooksett Library Saturday Morning Series
Join us for one of these informative, interactive and family oriented wildlife programs in partnership with Hooksett Public Library.
Pelts, Skulls, Tracks and Scat of New Hampshire Fur-bearers
February 15 • 10–11:30 am
Wildlife Encounters with Live Native and Non-native Animals
March 21 • 10–11:30 am
All About Beavers with NH Fish and Game’s Patrick Tate
April 25 • 10–11:00 am