Press Releases & News Stories
Jane Dohery (left) receiving the 2015 Tudor Richards Award from Larry Sunderland. Photo by Terri Donsker.
At its 101st Annual Meeting, NH Audubon announced its 2014 award winners as well as their new Board of … Read More
The Massabesic Audubon Center invites you to enjoy the beauty of the autumn season by attending a special celebration of all that nature has to offer. This is an event that the entire family is sure to enjoy! Call 603-668-2045 and sign up for the Early Bird Special (before 10/14/15).
Sean Gillery, Director of Membership & Development
Sean Gillery, a fundraising professional, relationship builder and nature enthusiast, recently joined NH Audubon as the organization’s director of membership and development. With more than 20 years of … Read More
NH Audubon is offering a special look into its conservation department’s core projects dedicated to preserving disappearing Whip-poor-wills, its Project Nighthawk initiative, and the influx of Golden Eagles visiting the Granite State. It is doing so through a lecture series that began Tuesday, September 22 and continues through November 5.
Conservation community invites the public to celebrate hawk migration with festival and release of rehabilitated birds at observatories in Peterborough and Concord
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
- Color copier
- Paper towels
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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, including one with a mix of red and yellow, plus 35 other species all in one spot. We had great finds and wonderful opportunities to study each bird.
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, our state’s peregrine population -- once classified as federally endangered, currently still listed as state-threatened -- has been slowly rebounding. The Granite State’s peregrines are now part of a thriving regional population of both rural and urban-nesting pairs.
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
Are you looking for an exciting family outing this fall? Look no further: NH Audubon will be holding their annual Enchanted Forest event at its Concord location. This family-friendly event is open to anyone ages 4 and older, and welcomes groups as well. At Enchanted Forest, you will participate in a variety of fun and engaging activities.