Newfound Lake is located in the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire. Surrounded by the beauty of woods, water and mountains, the towns of Bristol, Alexandria, Hebron and Bridgewater, NH serve folks who live and vacation in the Newfound area. The mission of the Newfound Lakes Region Association is to protect Newfound Lake and its watershed. Through education, programs and collaboration, the Association promotes conservation and preservation of the region's natural, social and economic resources. We strive to be an integral and useful part of our watershed community. Come explore Newfound Lake!

Please join us tomorrow to learn about Hawks in New Hampshire! ... See MoreSee Less

Julie Brown- Hawk Migration Association of North America

August 17, 2017, 6:30pm - August 17, 2017, 8:00pm

HMANA’s mission is “To advance the scientific knowledge and promote conservation of raptor populations through study, enjoyment, and appreciation of raptor migration.” HMANA: -Collects hawk count data from almost two hundred affiliated raptor monitoring sites throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. -Publishes the semi-annual journal Hawk Migration Studies, which includes seasonal reports on the migration and more. -Provides HawkCount, a near-real-time international database of hawk counts across the continent. -Maintains BIRDHAWK, a subscription-based email list Is a driving force behind the Raptor Population Index (RPI), to promote scientific analysis of hawk count data.

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Thank you to everyone who participated in the MegaRaffle! And a big THANK YOU to all our wonderful business partners who generously donated the prizes!! Congratulations to all the winners!!!! We wish everyone could win! ... See MoreSee Less

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Picking Raffle Winners Now!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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The LRCT (Lakes Region Conservation Trust) is looking for volunteers!! On Thursday, August 17 9am-1pm they will be doing trail maintenance on the Sugarloaf Ridge - Goose Pond Conservation Area in Alexandria. Please contact Dave Mallard at dmallard@lrct.org if you would like to help. Please bring loppers if you have them, sturdy work shoes and clothing, plenty of water and lunch/ snacks, bug spray, and sun protection. Hope to see you on the trails! ... See MoreSee Less

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