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A RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET was seen in Rye on February 3rd. Photo by Allaboutbirds.org.

This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Monday, February 8th, 2016.

A BLACK VULTURE was seen roosting atop the Lincoln … Read More

NH Audubon camps and programs combat “nature deficit disorder,” build transformative skills

The average American child spends four to seven minutes a day playing outside, and more than seven hours a day in front of … Read More

We have just wrapped up the 36th annual NH Mid-winter Bald Eagle Survey, part of the national Mid-winter Bald Eagle Survey coordinated by the U.S. Geological Survey. The 2016 count results are comparable to our outstanding count numbers in 2015.

The 2016 Twitchers in the Rye (left to right): Peg Ackerson, Andrea Robbins, Becky Suomala, and Pat Myers.

The Twitchers in the Rye had a very fun day in the Super Bowl of Birding Saturday, … Read More

If you are interested in any of the following opportunities, contact Becky Suomala, rsuomala@nhaudubon.org, 603-224-9909 x309.

Office Assistant
Assist the Conservation Department’s Citizen Science efforts with various office tasks including copying, e-mail, filing, writing … Read More

Northern Flicker is a migratory woodpecker that is not typically seen in the winter in New Hampshire. This one was photographed by Christopher Bailey on the 2015 Backyard Winter Bird Survey.

Stock up those bird … Read More

A letter from New Hampshire Audubon President, Michael Bartlett to New Hampshire Fish and Game outlining the organization's position on the State bobcat proposal.

Pemaquid Lighthouse Reflection

Howard Muscott’s photographs will be on exhibit from March 1 – April 30 at the McLane Center in Concord. Please stop by during regular business hours to view.

Howard Muscott has photographed … Read More


Merrimack River Painters will display their member’s art work from May 1 – June 30 at the McLane Center in Concord. Please stop by during regular business hours to view.

Merrimack River Painters is a … Read More

A ROUGH-LEGGED HAWK was seen near Cross Beach Road in Seabrook on January 27th, and 1 was reported from Gilford on the 30th. Photo by allaboutbirds.org.

This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for … Read More