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Nighthawk Nesting Season Approaching

Posted on April 26, 2017

Female Common Nighthawk by Rebecca Suomala.

Common Nighthawks return in mid-May and NH Audubon’s Project Nighthawk will be out watching for them. Nighthawks are listed as endangered in the state and last year we found Read More

New Hampshire Bird Records – Owl Harassment and What to Do

Posted on March 29, 2017

Western Tanager (top left), by William Kramer (www.williamkramer.com), 1/31/16, Hollis, NH. American Redstart (top right) by Steve Mirick, 12/19/15, Greenland, NH. The bottom photo by Terri Fratus shows both Turkey Vultures and Black Vulture (right)

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NH Partnership for Schoolyard Action Grants Announces the 2017 Grant Recipients

Posted on March 29, 2017

Namaste Children’s Garden at Namaste Montessori School in Goffstown.

The New Hampshire Partnership for Schoolyard Action Grants, a collaboration that supports schools wishing to link the school curriculum and their students with the local environment, … Read More

Bald Eagle Rehabbed in 2014 Confirmed in 2017 Pair

Posted on March 29, 2017

Walpole Bald Eagle WS1 identified from photo taken on March 23, 2017 by Michael LaClair.

By Chris Martin

It is unusual to get information on the success of returning rehabilitated raptors to the wild, but … Read More

Where are All the Birds? NH Audubon Needs Your Help on Statewide Bird Survey!

Posted on January 30, 2017

New Hampshire Audubon’s Backyard Winter Bird Survey celebrates 30 years of tracking the state’s winter birds and you can help. Biologists need assistance from citizens all over the Granite State to get a clear picture … Read More

The 2017 Superbowl of Birding with The Twitchers

Posted on January 30, 2017

The 2017 Twitchers in the Rye (left to right): Andrea Robbins, Jeanne-Marie Maher, Becky Suomala, and captain Pam Hunt.

by Rebecca Suomala

CAPTION: The 2017 Twitchers in the Rye (left to right): Andrea Robbins, Jeanne-Marie … Read More

Urgent Message from NH Audubon President and Board

Posted on January 27, 2017

January 27, 2017: A CALL TO ACTION

NH Audubon Opposes Nomination of Pruitt to Lead EPA

After careful consideration, the New Hampshire Audubon Board of Trustees has unanimously agreed to publicly oppose the nomination of … Read More

Last Minute Shopping? Nature Store Open Dec. 24

Posted on December 19, 2016

Nature Store Hours this week: M-F 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-2pm (closed Sun/Mon Dec 25-26)

The Nature Store at McLane Center in Concord has everything you need for last minute holiday giving!

The store is open M-F … Read More

A Message from the President

Posted on November 30, 2016

November 2016

Dear Friends,

On Columbus Day, I hiked up Mount Kearsarge in Warner to see the spectacular fall colors.  The mountain was packed with families and friends, all walking at different paces.  As I … Read More

Fall Programs Offer Opportunities for Beginner Birders Across the State

Posted on September 7, 2016

Brush up on birdwatching skills and get tips from the pros before the fall migration

Each year, more and more people attend NH Audubon’s workshops to learn basic birdwatching skills. Professional biologists, trained volunteers, expert … Read More