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Our Peeps: Riley Mochari

Welcome Paradise Point’s Lead Naturalist, Riley Mochari! Riley is a current Junior at Plymouth State University majoring in Adventure Education and minoring in Global Tourism. She has an ever-growing passion for educating others on the outdoors and its

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Our Peeps: Grace McCulloch

Join us in welcoming Grace McCulloch to the New Hampshire Audubon Staff as our new Community Science Project Leader. Grace has joined the team at the McLane Center part time, and will shift to full time in June.

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Our Peeps: Matthew Cathcart

Meet Matthew Cathcart, NH Audubon’s Maintenance Coordinator. Matthew’s first experience with New England was on a northbound thru hike of the Appalachian Trail in 2019, an event that was pivotal in their life story. On the journey north,

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Our Peeps: Claire Adams

Claire Adams recently joined the New Hampshire Audubon education team in a brand-new role as Camp Administrator – Environmental Educator. Hailing from central New York, Claire earned a Bachelor of Science in environmental biology from Oral Roberts University

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Our Peeps: Devin Guilfoyle

Join us in welcoming Devin Guilfoyle to the New Hampshire Audubon staff as the new Paradise Point Nature Center Coordinator. Devin will be a full-time educator for NH Audubon, splitting the year between Newfound and McLane Centers. Hailing

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Our Peeps: Ari Leo and Henry Harman

Meet Assistant Camp Directors Ari Leo and Henry Harman As a child, Ari was a frequent visitor of the Massabesic Center to explore the trails, see the animal ambassadors, and experience what nature had to offer with her

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Our Peeps: Diane De Luca

Diane De Luca, a seasoned member of the Conservation Department, made her way to NH Audubon after working on Seabird Restoration off the coast of Maine and teaching ornithology at the Hog Island Audubon Camp. In many ways

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Our Peeps: Anita Fernandez

Anita Fernandez recently joined the NH Audubon staff as our full time Community Outreach Coordinator. She hails from Michigan until moving to New Hampshire in 2022. She attended the University of Michigan and worked in Fleet management for

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Our Peeps: Raven

On August 24th, 2022, our beloved old friend, Raven, passed away of natural causes. For almost 20 years, he has delighted visitors, volunteers, and staff as an Animal Ambassador at Massabesic Center with his social and inquisitive behavior.

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Our Peeps: Celina Hurley

During her daughter’s birthday party at NH Audubon’s McLane Center, Celina Hurley and her spouse signed the final purchase and sale for their Hopkinton home. Celina recalls that the realtor brought the documents to the party, anxious for

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Our Peeps: Becky Suomala

Becky began working at NH Audubon in February of 1988. Back in those days there were computers with large floppy disks, no internet, and the rare bird alert was a call-in phone number. She has many stories from

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Our Peeps: Chris Martin

You’ve probably come across Chris Martin’s name in connection with NH Audubon before. He coordinates NH Audubon’s various raptor monitoring and management projects, and has been doing so for more than 30 years! In that role, Chris works

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Our Peeps: Pam Hunt

Dr. Pamela Hunt is NH Audubon’s Senior Biologist for Avian Conservation. She has been interested in birds since the tender age of 12, when an uncle took her to Brigantine National Wildlife Refuge in NJ. She went on

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Our Peeps: Shelby Morelli

Have you met Our Peep, Shelby Morelli yet? Shelby is a New Englander who loves spending time outdoors with her family. She grew up in Maine where her love of nature began in her own backyard. Shelby studied

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Our Peeps: Willa Coroka

Have you met Our Peep, Willa yet?! Willa Coroka (C as in “cinnamon”) is a wild child, her heart at its fullest while flitting through the New England forests amidst the hemlocks, birches and pines. A NH native,

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Our Peeps: Anne Purington

Anne Purington, NH Audubon’s Human Resources Coordinator, is a NH native. Born in New London to a family from Georges Mills, she spent many summers on Otter Pond swimming, fishing, and picking wild blueberries. “Being outside is my

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Our Peeps: Parker Schuerman

After an extensive search and interview process, we are excited to announce that T. Parker Schuerman has joined our team as the new Director of Lands and Ecological Management. For the past 25 years, Parker has been working

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Our Peeps: Best Wishes Phil

For many people when they think of NH Audubon, an image of Phil Brown’s smiling face is conjured in their heads, likely holding a pair of trusted binoculars. For the past 17 years, Phil has worked with many

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Our Peeps: Slater Roosa

We are pleased to introduce Slater Roosa, Massabesic Center’s new Education Coordinator. A born and bred New Englander, Slater received a B.S. in Biology from Salve Regina University, where he fostered his love for environmental science. He worked

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Our Peeps: Kimmie Whiteman

We are pleased to introduce our new Massabesic Center Director, Kimmie Whiteman. Kimmie is a product of two coasts, having spent her formative years in both southern California and the mid-Atlantic region. She has a wealth of background

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