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Hitchcock Center
525 South Pleasant Street
Amherst, MA 01002

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Earth Day Film Screening: Green Fire – Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time
with USFWS
at Hadley Regional Headquarters

Tuesday, April 22, 7pm-9pm

The Nez Perce 
National Historic Trail

with Pete Westover
Thursday, April 24, 7pm-8:30pm

Tree ID Using Bark
and Habitat Clues

with Nancy Goodman, naturalist
Saturday, April 26, 10-3 pm
Wm Cullen Bryant Homestead, Cummington, MA

Saturday, April 26, 10am-4pm
Amherst Town Common

Wildlife Conservation in Kenya
with Steve Upton, Local Wildlife Photographer and Conservationist
Wednesday, April 30
7pm–8:30 pm

Birding By Ear: Quabbin

with John Green, Naturalist

Saturday, May 3

Tree ID Using Bark 
and Habitat Clues
with Nancy Goodman, naturalist
Saturday, May 3, 10-2 pm
High Ledges Audubon Sanctuary, Shelburne, MA

Spring Ephemeral Wildflowers

with Ted Watt, Naturalist

Sunday, May 4, 9:30am-12noon

Native Wildflowers of the Valley

with Nancy Goodman
Naturalist and Plant Conservation Volunteer with New England Wild Flower Society

Saturday, May 11, 10am-2pm
Station Road – Amherst 

Nature Play Afterschool
Ages 6-9 (Grades 1-3)
Wednesdays, March 26 through June 11 (no program April 23)

Hitchcock Homeschool Program

Nature Discovery Preschool
Begins March 21

New 50 Places for 50 Years Blog
In honor of the Hitchcock Center’s 50th year, Hitchcock staff and friends will be sharing favorite places to experience nature in the Pioneer Valley.

Earth Matters
Read Hitchcock's most recent Earth Matters column: 
What Would Nature Do?
by Katie Koerten


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