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by Chris Martin, Senior Biologist

We have just wrapped up the 35th annual New Hampshire Mid-winter Bald Eagle Survey, part of the national Mid-winter Bald Eagle Survey coordinated by the U.S. Geological Survey.  The 2015 … Read More

As a way to honor our history and look to the future, we are following the example of our founders who, in 1914, invited teachers to join the New Hampshire Audubon for free. Starting with … Read More

This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Monday, January 26th, 2015.

A dark morph GYRFALCON was spotted in coastal Hampton on January 20th, and it was seen hunting and feeding in Hampton Harbor … Read More

A SNOWY OWL continues to be seen at Ragged Neck in Rye, and was last reported on January 19th.

A SNOWY OWL continues to be seen at Hampton Beach State Park or in coastal Seabrook … Read More

Winter Courtship Behavior

With spring around the corner, some of our native mammals and resident birds are preparing to start their families. We’ll learn some of the calls and behaviors of courtship for animals like eagles, owls, and coyotes, and learn … Read More

Weasels in White

Weasels are active all year long, which is why they turn white in the winter! Our other color-changing mammal is the Snowshoe Hare; we’ll learn all about the winter habits of these two cold-adapted species.

Be prepared … Read More

Whitetails in Winter

Come join us as we learn about what these large mammals of the woods are doing to survive through the long winter ahead. We’ll go outside and look for evidence of deer in the area.

Be prepared … Read More

The art of tracking is like learning to solve a mystery.

Who left these prints? What were they doing? Where were they going?

Join us as we learn the basics of tracking some of NH’s … Read More

As NH Audubon enters its second century, one thing is clear – conservation challenges require us ALL to be more mindful of decisions shaping the future of wildlife, natural places, and ultimately, ourselves. The 2015 … 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