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We are in need of the following supplies to help our animals and centers:

  • All types of fresh fish for our eagle (wild caught preferred)
  • Two or more new rain barrels
  • Paper towels
  • Toilet paper
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Bob Quinn, guide and owner of Merlin Wildlife Tours

The fall field birding sessions with Bob Quinn, owner of Merlin Wildlife Tours, have begun! Our first session included a rare Olive-sided Flycatcher, several tanagers, … Read More

‘Maria Colby of Wings of the Dawn releases a rehabilitated broad-winged hawk at Pack Monadnock Raptor Observatory in September of 2014 in front of a crowd of awed onlookers.’ Photo by Andre Moraes.

The autumnal … Read More

This spring marked the 35th breeding season in the post-DDT recovery era for New Hampshire’s peregrine falcons. Ever since a pair was first discovered nesting in Franconia Notch back in 1981,

NH Audubon Senior Biologist

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Aerial image of Ponemah Bog showing approximate route of proposed natural gas pipeline west of powerline right of way. Photo by Google Earth.

Summer is usually a relatively quiet time for environmental policy at NH … Read More

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This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Monday, August 24th, 2015.

3 BLACK TERNS were seen in the Hampton Harbor area on August 21st, and 2 were seen in Eel Pond in … Read More

This year's Gathering will include field trips, lunch, business meeting, a silent auction, awards and honors, presentations by staff and a keynote by Professor David Sobel. Thank you to Normandeau Associates Environmental Consultants who will once again this year be the lead sponsor.

What kinds of winter homes and hibernacula will the animals be settling into? Today we’ll learn about a few different animals, and find out where they will call home for the winter holidays. We’ll explore … Read More

What kinds of winter homes and hibernacula will the animals be settling into? Today we’ll learn about a few different animals, and find out where they will call home for the winter holidays. Discover the … Read More

Food, water, and shelter are the Earth’s gifts to us… along with the beauty of all that share the planet with us. Today we will learn how to appreciate some of Nature’s Gifts- and make … Read More