Press Releases & News Stories
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
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.
Forest management will improve habitat for birds, lay groundwork for ongoing conservation initiatives
In the coming weeks, NH Audubon will partner with forestry professionals to improve the habitats of many wildlife … Read More
New Hampshire Audubon’s President, Mike Bartlett, has announced his retirement from the statewide conservation organization. He has served in this role since late 2008, when he agreed to come out of retirement and give up … Read More
NH Audubon is continually grateful for the support it receives throughout the year. Your generous donations have allowed us to accomplish many things and truly Make a Difference in the lives of others. Learn all about the difference your donation has made over the past year and the people you have touched!
Join us for #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving on December 1st and help support our mission to protect NH's natural environment for wildlife and for people! Make a donation of any amount to NH Audubon on #GivingTuesday and be entered into a drawing for 2 tickets in club seating for a Boston Bruins game.
How many times can a pumpkin make someone smile? The number is hard to measure, but thanks to the 20th edition of NH Audubon’s Enchanted Forest (Oct. 24-25), we have some idea.
One of the … Read More