Sanctuary News


Storm Damage on Sanctuary Trails

Posted on November 6, 2017

Storm Report by Phil Brown, Director of Land Management

The powerful wind and rain storm of October 29-30 brought considerable damage to many of NH Audubon’s wildlife sanctuaries across the state. This includes many hundreds … Read More

Pamela Hunt Honored with “Celebrating Women in Conservation” Award

Posted on March 31, 2016

Pamela Hunt receives National Wildlife Federation’s “Celebrating Women in Conservation” from Eric Orff.

Dr. Pamela Hunt, Senior Biologist in Avian Conservation at New Hampshire Audubon, was honored this month with the National Wildlife Federation’s “Celebrating … Read More

NH Audubon an Important Part of Concord Area Upcoming Timber Harvest

Posted on December 28, 2015

Photo by Phil Brown

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

Raptor Observatories Open through November 15

Posted on October 28, 2015

A rehabilitated broad-winged hawk takes flight at the Carter Hill Raptor Observatory. Photo by Jen Esten.

In November, at NH Audubon’s two raptor observatories, the rewards can be great despite the season winding down mid-month. … Read More

Forest Management Planned at St. Paul’s School/Silk Farm Trails in Concord

Posted on October 28, 2015

Photo by Phil Brown

Don’t be surprised while hiking the Silk Farm Wildlife Sanctuary trails this fall to come across painted trees, flagging, or even a skidder….St. Paul’s School will be conducting a timber harvest … Read More

Phase Two of Boardwalk Completed at Thompson Wildlife Sanctuary in Sandwich

Posted on October 28, 2015

A view of the Sandwich Range of the White Mountains from the new boardwalk at the Alice Bemis Thompson Wildlife Sanctuary. Photo by Phil Brown.

A conservation crew from the Student Conservation Association’s AmeriCorps program … Read More

SCA Crew Improves Trails at Willard Pond Wildlife Sanctuary in Antrim

Posted on October 2, 2015

The conservation crew poses for a brief rest on Goodhue Hill. Photo by Phil Brown

A conservation crew from the Student Conservation Association’s AmeriCorps program recently completed a 10-day service ‘hitch’ at NH Audubon’s largest … Read More

Raptor Observatories Open Sept. 1–Nov. 15

Posted on August 27, 2015
The autumnal spectacle of raptor migration returns to the skies this September and is best enjoyed at NH Audubon’s two raptor observatories, Pack Monadnock (Peterborough) and Carter Hill (Concord). This fall features programs and workshops focused on in-depth identification for both youth and adults.

Explore the Great North Woods with NH Audubon’s North Country Birding and Nature Tour in August

Posted on July 15, 2015

New Hampshire Audubon is hosting a four-day North Country Birding and Nature Tour for outdoor enthusiasts and avid birdwatchers alike. Participants will explore some of the state’s most fascinating landscapes with experienced guides who will … Read More