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Listen to the state of NH's birds and what you can do

Our own Pam Hunt joined in a conversation about NH’s birds on NHPR’s Exchange – listen and find out how our birds are doing and what you can do to help.
Link to program recording.
“Birds are a good indicator of environmental health, and a recent study shows a drastic decline in the North American bird population – with three billion birds gone since 1970. The numbers were drawn with help from the birdwatching community. We see how this decline is playing out in New Hampshire, and look for inspiration from some successes in the Granite State. 
Air Date: Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019” – NHPR Exchange

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