NH Butterfly Monitoring Network: How you can make important contributions.
Friday, June 2: 7-8:15pm
We are looking for curious and observant people to help us with a new initiative, the NH Butterfly Monitoring Network! There are over 100 species of butterflies in the state and we need help collecting data on them to monitor their populations over time. Find out how you can contribute from Spring to Fall with your observations of butterflies and participate in an organized survey in your area. We’ll also send you off with a few species to be looking for this time of year.
Heidi Holman is a wildlife diversity biologist with the NH Fish and Game Department. She received her M.S degree from the University of Minnesota in Conservation Biology. Her primary responsibilities include implementation of recovery efforts for the Karner blue butterfly and the New England cottontail rabbit including habitat restoration and release of individuals from captive breeding programs.
New Hampshire Audubon Pollinator Speaker Series: Celebrating and Engaging in Pollinator Conservation
Join New Hampshire Audubon for our 2022 Pollinator Webinar series as we celebrate Pollinator Conservation. This series seeks to inspire involvement and engagement in pollinator conservation through close focus programs that will allow participants to gain a deeper understanding and knowledge of pollinators and the plants they depend on. Programs are free to the public, streamed via Zoom, YouTube, and Facebook Live. Presentations are supported by a grant from the Benjamin and Gertrude Couch Trusts.
The Pollinator Series will kick off on Earth Day, Friday April 22 and culminate with a Pollinator BioBlitz at the McLane Center in Concord, NH on June 25.