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The Wild NH Photo Contest is open to all amateurs. The exhibit is judged and all photos accepted into the show must be framed and donated to the auction. Photos from two age groups, adults … Read More
Don’t miss this great family event! Limited tickets still available.
Join in the fun this Saturday, July 19 at 7:05 PM
Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, Manchester
NH Fisher Cats VS. Portland Sea Dogs
Tickets are … Read More
Do you struggle to make history relevant to your classes? Are you interested in helping students explore environmental changes through time? Have you been searching for ways to integrate science, social studies and language arts[...]
Join us for this free workshop! Emerald Ash Borer has been labeled the most destructive forest pest in North America and has killed ever-widening swaths of ash trees in the Northeast since the late 1990s.[...]
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at the McLane Audubon Center, Concord
Do you struggle to make history relevant to your classes? Are you interested in helping students explore environmental … Read More
July 1 – August 26, 7:30–8:45 p.m.
Park at Ash Cottage. Programs held across the street at Meadow Wind B&B.
Join us for our Red Barn Lecture Series starting Tuesday evenings. (Exception: 8/7/14 lecture … Read More
Phenology is the study of seasonal changes in nature. This workshop is for educators interested in having their students track seasonal changes with a focus on plants. Phenology is the perfect opportunity for students to … Read More
2 MISSISSIPPI KITES were seen soaring above downtown Newmarket on May 26th.
2 SANDHILL CRANES have returned to their summering grounds in Monroe and can sometimes be seen in fields along the Connecticut River … Read More
2 SANDHILL CRANES have returned to their summering grounds in Monroe and can sometimes be seen in fields along the Connecticut River north of town and also in fields along Plains Road.
A LITTLE BLUE … 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 2014[...]