New England Discovery | PO Box 879 | Newburyport, MA | info@newenglandiscovery.com

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Scroll down to browse our currently scheduled programs. Our programs require Pre-Registration, so be sure to contact the Sponsoring Organization or New England Discovery as noted in the program description.

Most programs are held outside and some walking is off trail through forests and fields.
To insure your safety and comfort, wear clothing and footwear appropriate for the weather, and always feel free to contact us ahead of time with any questions or concerns.
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New England Discovery offers programs in animal tracking and behavior, nature photography, forest and wetlands exploration to individuals and groups throughout the year.

Scheduled Guided Walks & Nature Programs

Tracking Through The Seasons: Fall Series

Session-1 Oct 20, 2019____Session 2-Nov 17 2019

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Camp Nihan State Park

Saugus, MA

This 2 part series with Bob Metcalfe is intended for those who would like to improve their wildlife tracking skills and get a more in depth look at the lives of wild animals as the seasons change.

email Bob with any questions by clicking the Contact Tab above

 

These programs are being offered by The Boston Outdoor School .

 

Contact them for information and to sign up for the series.

 

www.bostonoutdoorschool.com

or phone: 617-942-0258

Tracking Predators on Averill's Island

Sunday, February 9, 2020

12:30 PM to 4:30 PM

Topsfield, MA

What is life like for a predator in winter​ ? In this exploration of remote Averill's Island we will try to find fresh tracks of a predator that we can follow through the winter forest.

 

We will begin with an indoor presentation and discussion, then head out on the sanctuary for about 3 hours, so be sure to dress warmly.

Snowshoes are not required, but bring them if you have them.

To register, contact:


Massachusetts Audubon Society
Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary
Topsfield, MA
 

978-887-9264  

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