Protecting NH’s Natural Environment for Wildlife and for People

Come with us and explore NH’s wild places, connect with nature, and help us protect the places we love for today and tomorrow.


Welcome to NH Audubon

We are fortunate to live in a state with abundant birds and other wildlife, and the habitats and ecosystems that support them. Our quality of life is inextricably tied to the wild places that surround us throughout the state. NH Audubon’s programs protect species like Bald Eagles and Peregrine Falcons, educate youth and adults about conservation, manage 7,500 acres of sanctuary habitat, lead hikes, and go birding. Founded in 1914, NH Audubon is separate and independent from National Audubon, and we rely on donations and membership to enable our important work.

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NH Bald Eagle 2023 Breeding Season Results

(by Chris Martin) In 2023, NH Audubon staff and field volunteers continued to track the robust resurgence of the Granite State’s Bald Eagle population. We confirmed 109 TERRITORIAL PAIRS in NH, up 18% compared to 2022. We documented 76 PAIRS INCUBATING, up more than 5% from 2022. We counted 61 SUCCESSFUL NESTS, and we tallied 93 YOUNG FLEDGED, the latter

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Field Trips and Programs

There is always something going on at NH Audubon! Get outside for a field trip, sign up your child for nature day camp, or come to one of our centers for a program. Our calendar is full of events, many of which are free to attend. We also have special events like Earth Day, the Annual Gathering, Enchanted Forest, and the Holiday Craft Fair. Join us for a hike as part of our 20 Sanctuary outings in 2020, or visit our pollinator gardens at McLane and Massabesic Centers.


In The Field

Find out about NH Audubon's wildlife and conservation projects


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Ask the Naturalist

Find out answers to your nature and bird questions


View 39 Sanctuaries throughout NH

NH Audubon actively stewards over 7,500 acres on 39 wildlife sanctuaries, spanning every New Hampshire county. Our lands provide opportunities to explore 75 miles of trails through forests and bogs, along lake shores, and over mountains. We actively enhance wildlife habitat by maintaining open fields, creating wildlife openings, and removing invasive species. Our sanctuaries protect several species of rare plants and animals, as well as unique natural communities. Visit one of these scenic locations and recharge!


Visit Our Centers

See our ambassador animals, walk the sanctuary nature trails, or attend a program.

Looking to host a meeting, birthday party, or wedding?

Visit a center today to see the wonderful alternative to traditional function rooms.

Birds & Birding

The most visible form of wildlife in the state

There are more than 50 million birders in the United States, and countless others who are interested in birds. New Hampshire Audubon is committed to bird conservation and you can help. Learn about birds, get involved with bird conservation projects, report your sightings or take part in a birding event. There are many ways to participate and help the birds that are such a vital part of our world.