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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Small mammals and mycorrhizal fungi are integral component to forests, but how do their interactions shape forest regeneration? UNH research at the…
New Hampshire is home to seven species of native turtles, and more than half of those species have some level of state conservation listing. Working…
The Community Conservation Cohort is all about empowering conservation commissions to get one-the-ground projects to protect wildlife and habitats…
On Veteran’s Day, 2022, armed with pry bars, levels, post hole diggers, shovels, and ten 6-foot beams, Warner’s 2021 Community Conservation Cohort…
The impacts of climate change are all around us – changes in ski season, maple season, frost dates, droughts and deluges. The climate impacts…
Over a decade after biologists first documented bats with White-nose Syndrome (WNS) in New Hampshire, the number of hibernating bats in New Hampshire…