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Birds & Buckthorn in Fields & Wetland Edges (Bird Identification) - Spring Wildlife Habitat Workshop Series

Sat, 06/05/2021
9:00am - 12:00pm
Garretson property
Jaffrey, NH 03452

Join Matt Tarr, Extension's State Wildlife Specialist, Dode Gladders, Extension's Sullivan County Forester and the Garretson’s on their property to discuss the following topics:

  • Identifying birds by sight & sound
  • Assessing methods that have been used to control invasive buckthorn.
  • Options for managing fields, field edges, and wetland edges for wildlife.
  • Hemlock wooly adelgid and options for managing diseased hemlock.

Registration is limited and required for each workshop.  To register, email Matt Tarr at and indicate what workshop(s) you plan to attend.

Continuing Education Credits

Credits will be provided for NH Licensed Foresters, Society of American Foresters, and the NH Professional Logger’s Program.

Co-Sponsored by: NH Fish and Game, NH Division of Forests and Lands, and NH Timberland Owners Association.

About the Spring Wildlife Habitat Workshop Series

This series of field-based workshops is for landowners, conservation commission members, natural resources professionals, and anyone else interested in learning how to identify forest, field, and wetland wildlife habitats and approaches for maintaining or enhancing those habitats to benefit specific wildlife species.

Each workshop will occur entirely in the field. Workshop participants are encouraged to watch the recorded presentation Introduction to Wildlife Habitat Assessment and Management prior to attending any of these workshops; we will be applying the information discussed in that presentation during each workshop.

Workshop Dates, Locations & Descriptions

Workshop titles reflect the primary topics that will be covered during each workshop, but we will discuss a wide variety of topics pertinent to each property. Note: Workshops listed as (BIRD IDENTIFICATION) will include a specific focus on learning how to identify birds by sight & sound – so be sure to bring your binoculars and your favorite pocket field guide!