News & Events

Happy New Year!

A message from President, Doug Bechtel:
Thanks to all of you for being strong supporters of NH Audubon – 2019 was a great year and we look to build on that success in 2020. It’s a new decade, full of promise, hope, and challenge. We can’t wait to get started! 
Here are a few great projects we are looking forward to:
First, we are rebuilding our website! Thanks to generous support from two foundations, we will have a new and exciting digital presence in 2020.

Snowy Owl, by Len Medlock.

Second, thanks to amazing support from multiple partners, foundations, and the Moose Plate conservation program, we are starting a major pollinator meadow restoration project at our McLane Center Headquarters! Visit us in 2020 to learn how to transform your old fields into productive pollinator habitat for native bugs, plants, and birds.
We will continue to focus on and accelerate our work on climate change by supporting actions and legislation that ensure a better future for New Hampshire’s people and wildlife.
We are also launching a new iteration of our Urban Wildlife school program in and around Manchester. Thanks to an excellent partnership with NH Fish and Game, we will continue teaching kids about wildlife and nature in some of our most urban schools.
Finally, in 2020, look for amazing opportunities to go outside with us. We can’t wait to show off our sanctuaries and trails – let’s go outside!
Wishing you all a very Happy New Year,