Working Together to Conserve New Hampshire’s Wildlife and Habitats

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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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Find commonly used resources that you can easily access for your work to protect wildlife and habitats

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Learn about our technical assistance to help communities move forward with efforts to protect wildlife and habitats

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"Exurban” areas lie between suburban and rural. An increase in human development in these once-rural places means that both wildlife species and…
People tend to associate wildlife track and sign with game species like deer and moose, but they're often surprised to learn you can also…
When the Stoddard Conservation Commission learned about the sale of 40 acres of forest and 4,000 feet of rare undeveloped shoreland along Highland…
July was a busy month for butterfly enthusiasts in New Hampshire, with over 130 participants gathering for day-long butterfly monitoring surveys…
Much of the work of NH Fish & Game Department's Fisheries Habitat Program is providing technical assistance/expertise to restore and…
The Taking Action for Wildlife Team will present several workshops focused on the protection of wildlife at this year's New Hampshire…