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Twenty years ago Blue-winged Warblers were hardly known outside the Seacoast Region in NH but are now regularly found in Concord. Join Rob Woodward to visit the newest hotspot for this colorful, little-known species. Meet … Read More
Wake up early and get your fill of spring migrants before you go off to work. Join Rob Woodward for what has become one of the most popular trips of the year to see colorful … Read More
Take an informative walk with land management experts to learn about plans for improving wildlife habitat through forest management on lands under the management of NH Audubon. Join Director of Land Management, Phil Brown, forester, … Read More
Come spend the night before Valentine’s learning about the courtship behaviors of some of our native animals.
Many mammals and birds spend February and the coming months finding mates through a variety of interesting calls, behaviors, and habits, some of which are fascinating … Read More
Independent, third-party assessment nets accolades for leadership, financial management.
Concord, New Hampshire – NH Audubon is proud to announce it has received a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, an independent national service that evaluates charities … Read More
Join Audubon and Student Conservation Association as we celebrate the Earth in our 8th annual Festival. We’ll have bird banding demonstrations, live animals, drawings to win prizes, ‘build your own birdhouse’ kits for … Read More
21 Counts Scheduled for December 13, 2014 through January 1, 2015
Concord, New Hampshire – Annual Christmas Bird Counts gather information about bird populations throughout the Granite State and the Americas. This volunteer-fueled effort is … Read More
The Olive-sided Flycatcher (Contopus cooperi, OSFL) is a large flycatcher found in coniferous forests across the boreal and montane areas of North America. Across this broad range, the species has been in consistent decline since … Read More
Exhibit Open November 4-December 30
Artist Opening Reception: Tuesday, November 18, 5-7pm
McLane Center‘s PSNH Room (call 224-9909 for exhibit availability)
The artist’s interest in photography began in the mountains. While at Exeter and … Read More
From Hancock Village go west 3.7 miles on Route 123 to Davenport Road on right. Go 1.6 miles, continuing along Willard Pond Road, and bearing left at fork, to parking lot.
Visit Google Maps … Read More