Women in the Woods: Bird Walk


Dort Road Natural Area
Surry, NH 03431
United States

Want to learn more about New Hampshire’s birds? Join us for a morning bird walk at the Dort Road Natural Area in Surry NH on May 24th from 8-10am. The walk will be led by expert birder Wendy Ward, conservationist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service. There will be opportunities to hear and see a diversity of birds, learn about how to identify them, and get insight on habitats where they’re found. Please note this will be a moderate walk, but not strenuous or up and down hills.

What to Bring: Bring your own binoculars and favorite bird identification guide (if you have one). Sturdy footwear, water, and insect repellent/sunscreen are recommended.

Registration: Limited to 20 participants. In order to ensure this program is accessible for all, there are three registration fee options - $0, $5, or $10. Please pay what you can.

Women in the Woods is a collaboration between UNH Cooperative Extension, NH Timberland Owners Association, the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, and other partners aimed at connecting women landowners and land managers with the resources, skills, and community they need to make informed stewardship decisions that promote healthy forest resources.  For more information about Women in the Woods, visit: extension.unh.edu/womeninthewoods.

Funding for this program provided by a Landscape Scale Restoration Grant, U.S. Forest Service.