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NH Audubon and Red River Theatres present:

The Eagle Huntress

Aisholpan is a pigtailed Mongolian 13-year-old who aspires to be something which is traditionally the domain of Kazakh nomadic males. Hardwired to believe that girls … Read More

A DOVEKIE was seen off the coast of Rye on February 12th.

This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Monday, February 13th, 2017.

A VARIED THRUSH was discovered in Swanzey on December 12th … Read More

Owl carving by Bob Schwinger

Approximately 8 Saturdays beginning April 11, 6:00pm-8pm

Once again prize-winning master carver Bob Schwinger is offering an 8-week course designed to teach participants the skills needed to carve and paint … Read More

Through carpools and a little walking, we’re likely to see a variety of northward bound ducks and other species. Phil Brown’s group will go south from Charlestown (departing at 8am from the Charlestown Library on … Read More

Volunteers will have the opportunity to improve trail access and learn about one of NH Audubon’s spectacular and historic northern NH gems – the Scotland Brook Wildlife Sanctuary in Landaff. Join David Govatski, Joanne and … Read More

NH Audubon Senior Ornithologist, Pam Hunt, will lead the second spring walk of the Bog. The walk will focus on migratory and breeding birds, which will be in full song at this point. This is … Read More

Start your week off with the right notes – those of spring migrant songbirds!

Director of Land Management, Phil Brown, and other special guests will lead you through the various habitats of the Silk Farm … Read More

Start your week off with the right notes – those of spring migrant songbirds!

Director of Land Management, Phil Brown, and other special guests will lead you through the various habitats of the Silk Farm … Read More

Start your week off with the right notes – those of spring migrant songbirds!

Director of Land Management, Phil Brown, and other special guests will lead you through the various habitats of the Silk Farm … Read More

Start your week off with the right notes – those of spring migrant songbirds!

Director of Land Management, Phil Brown, and other special guests will lead you through the various habitats of the Silk Farm … Read More