In the News

News Stories About NH Audubon

The following links lead to different media sites where stories that include NH Audubon can be found:

“How are NH’s Birds Doing?” – NHPR/The Exchange, May 11, 2021

“The Birds & The Bees (& The Butterflies): Building A Pollinator-Friendly Yard” – NHPR/The Exchange, May 4, 2021

“Hiking Column: Alice Bemis Thompson Bird Sanctuary” – Conway Sun, April 30, 2021

“Pollinator Webinars Start Monday” – Monadnock Ledger, April 29, 2021

“The life-saving information birds give us about the environment” – WMUR/Chronicle, April 28, 2021

“New Report on the State of the Birds” – Carriage Town News, April 24, 2021

“The Outside Story: Northern harrier, a most unusual hawk” – Eagle Times, April 10, 2021

“The Soaring Eagle Population” – WMUR/Chronicle, April 5, 2021

“5 boardwalks to elevate the hiking experience” – Boston Globe, April 3, 2021

“N.H. Audubon releases new report on the state of birds” – Union Leader, April 3, 2021

“Spring Birding in NH” – NHPR/The Exchange, March 26, 2021

“Peregrine falcons steadily rebounding in NH over 40 years, Manchester pair among the most successful” – Manchester Ink, March 17, 2021

“N.H. Audubon ‘State of the Birds’ Shows Conservation Benefits, Habitat Pressures” – NHPR, March 11, 2021

“Eight great places for bird-watching in New England” – Boston Magazine, March 4, 2021

“What’s the deal with all the birds this winter?” – Monadnock Ledger, February 23, 2021

“Civil Rights Training for Conservation Workers Proposed” – US News & Word Report, February 15, 2021

“Chilly bird watch nets a success” – Concord Monitor, February 15, 2021

“Bill Would Expand Civil Rights Enforcement In N.H.’s Outdoor Recreation Areas” – NHPR, February 11, 2021

“Seacoast Twitchers win two awards in Superbowl of Birding contest” – Seacoast Online, February 9, 2021

“Bird Researchers In Search Of NEK Sites To Host Data Receiving Towers” – Caledonia Record, February 8, 2021

“Audubon needs bird survey help” – Eagle Tribune, February 8, 2021

Photo, top: Bald Eagle pair, by Jack Dorsey.

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Founded in 1914, NH Audubon’s mission is to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people. It is an independent statewide membership organization with four nature centers throughout the state. Expert educators give programs to children, families, and adults at centers and in schools. Staff biologists and volunteers conduct bird conservation efforts such as the Peregrine Falcon restoration. NH Audubon protects thousands of acres of wildlife habitat and is a voice for sound public policy on environmental issues. For information on NH Audubon, including membership, volunteering, programs, sanctuaries, and publications, call 224-9909, or visit www.nhaudubon.org.