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Taking Action for Wildlife supports communities, conservation groups, and individuals with resources, tools, and training for conserving New Hampshire's wildlife and habitats.

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New Hampshire's forest lands face uncertain futures unless owners have considered and planned for how their lands will transition to the next…
In September 2021, NH Fish & Game Department and UNH Cooperative Extension put a request out to any and all New Hampshire residents – find and…
The Claremont Conservation Commission had lots of ideas about protecting wildlife in their community but when it came down to action, they knew they…
Scat is a sign left behind by every species of wildlife, and different wildlife species have scat with unique characteristics. Learning how to…
Chimney Swifts are uncontested masters of the air, and only stop flying to nest and sleep. They are a common sight in most of New Hampshire’s towns…
In September, we welcomed 5 new communities to the 2nd annual Community Conservation Cohort, hosted by Taking Action for Wildlife.