Winter Wildlife Tracking Workshop for Coverts Cooperators

An Invitation for Coverts Cooperators:

NH Coverts Project
Winter Wildlife Tracking Workshop

Saturday, February 25, 2017, 9:00am-1:30pm
Harris Center for Conservation Education, Hancock, NH

Registration fee: $20.00
Space is limited, and registration is required.
Currently open to trained NH Coverts Project volunteers only.

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The NH Coverts Project staff invite Coverts Cooperators (1995-2016) to join us for a NH Coverts Project Wildlife Tracking Workshop! Guided by White Pine Programs certified wildlife trackers, this half-day workshop will help you better identify and interpret the tracks and trails of local wildlife. Identifying and interpreting wildlife tracks can greatly expand your understanding for what wildlife species are using a piece of land and how wildlife respond to habitat management activities. We will explore multiple habitats, including fields, forests, and wetlands. The workshop will be held entirely outdoors so dress for the weather, bring along some hearty food & drink, and a notepad or camera if you'd like. Snowshoes are suggested, depending on the snow conditions at the time. We look forward to seeing you there!

Space is limited and registration is required. Register as soon as possible to guarantee your spot. Click here to register.

Questions? Contact Coverts Project Coordinator Haley Andreozzi at or (603) 862-5327

Parking & Directions:
We will be meeting and parking at the Harris Center for Conservation Education, located at 83 King’s Highway, Hancock, NH 03449. Click here for a Google Map to the Harris Center. Directions can be found on the Harris center website at, or below.

From Concord: Take Route 89 North to Route 9 West and 202 towards Hillsboro. In Hillsboro take 202 South towards Peterborough. Follow 202 through Antrim. About 3 miles from Antrim take a right onto Route 137 into Hancock. Route 137 intersects Main Street in Hancock. Bear right on Main St.. Go straight down Main St. (this is also Route 123). Stay straight on Route 123 past the church and post office on your right. Follow Route 123 for 2-3 miles and bear left onto Hunt’s Pond Road. Follow the directions below from Route 123 East and West.

From Keene: Take Route 9 East past Munsonville. Bear right on Route 123 towards Hancock. Follow Route 123 about 5 miles to Hunt’s Pond Road. Turn right on Hunt’s Pond Road and follow the directions below from Route 123 East and West.

From Peterborough: Take Route 202 North past ConVal High School towards Hancock. 4 miles beyond ConVal bear left onto Route 123 to Hancock. At the stop sign in Hancock bear left down Main St. Continue straight on Main St. (this is still Route 123) past the church and post office on your right. Follow Route 123 for 2 miles and bear left onto Hunt’s Pond Road. Follow directions below.

From Route 123 East and West: Take Hunt’s Pond Road for about .4 mile and turn left onto King’s Highway. Follow King’s Highway for .7 mile and the Harris Center is on your left. There are green and white signs for the Center from the center of Hancock.