NH Audubon’s Conservation Department is dedicated to using sound science to inform decision-making. Our work is varied, including research, management, monitoring, policy development, expert consultation, and citizen science. The Department includes two Ph.D. and five Master’s level scientists with more than 170 years of combined experience in wildlife ecology and conservation. We depend on a strong corps of volunteers to assist with our work. Department projects are funded by grants, contracts, and private donations.
Donate to a conservation program special project and provide much-needed research support.
Photo, top: Semipalmated Sandpipers in Hampton, by Pam Hunt.