NH Audubon owns and manages 39 wildlife sanctuaries throughout all 10 counties of New Hampshire. In addition, there are several other properties on which NH Audubon has a management agreement with another entity. These lands, covering over 8,000 acres in all of important wildlife habitat, provide opportunities for recreation, wildlife watching, education, and reflective experiences. Three sanctuaries have associated nature centers, and many have interpretive trail guides and well-developed trail systems. A variety of wildlife management techniques are ongoing at our sanctuaries, and others are left to natural processes. Through habitat management, research, education, and continued land protection we are working to ensure that New Hampshire’s wildlife and natural heritage is protected for us all.
NH Audubon wildlife sanctuaries are open to the public and free of charge. We hope you enjoy visiting them and are interested in helping support wildlife conservation by making a donation. If you have questions, please contact us at (603) 224-9909 or at [email protected].
Photos, from the top: Black Fox Pond, Deering Wildlife Sanctuary, by Diane De Luca; a view of Willard Pond from Bald Mountain along the Tamposi Trail, by Phil Brown; kayaking on Lake Massabesic, staff photo; a rainstorm over Goodhue Hill from Bald Mountain on the Willard Pond Wildlife Sanctuary in Antrim, by Phil Brown; Peregrine Falcon, by Stefan Vozarik.