For many people when they think of NH Audubon, an image of Phil Brown’s smiling face is conjured in their heads, likely holding a pair of trusted binoculars. For the past 17 years, Phil has worked with many of you stewarding our wildlife sanctuaries around the state and sharing the wonder of birds with people of all ages. We deeply appreciate his commitment to the organization, making NH Audubon a better place to work through his thoughtful attitude and welcoming personality. It is sad to say that Phil is moving on, but we couldn’t be more excited for him. He will be staying closer to home and working for one of our amazing conservation partners, the Harris Center for Conservation Education, as their Bird Conservation Director & Land Specialist. Although he is leaving his official role with us, he has assured us that, “we won’t be getting rid of him that easily!” We are excited for Phil to continue as a professional partner and a sanctuary volunteer for some of our properties in the Monadnock Region that Phil himself helped make better during his tenure with us. We wish the best to Phil as he takes on these new responsibilities and new adventures.