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Wildlife adaptations to human development in exurban areas
"Exurban” areas lie between suburban and rural. An increase in human development in these once-rural places means that both wildlife species and human... Learn More
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 identify the... Learn More
A small group of dedicated volunteers that reached a tremendous goal
When the Stoddard Conservation Commission learned about the sale of 40 acres of forest and 4,000 feet of rare undeveloped shoreland along Highland La... Learn More
July was a busy month for butterfly enthusiasts in New Hampshire, with over 130 participants gathering for day-long butterfly monitoring surveys organ... Learn More
Much of the work of NH Fish & Game Department's Fisheries Habitat Program is providing technical assistance/expertise to restore and conserve fish hab... Learn More
The Taking Action for Wildlife Team will present several workshops focused on the protection of wildlife at this year's New Hampshire Association of C... Learn More
With some of New Hampshire's tiniest critters in mind, Carroll County Forester Wendy Scribner tackles the dilemma of what to do with all of the leaves... Learn More
It’s important to have priorities, no matter what project your town is working on. In early 2023, the Chester Conservation Commission worked with the ... Learn More
The Community Conservation Cohort is all about empowering conservation commissions to get one-the-ground projects to protect wildlife and habitats dev... Learn More
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 com... Learn More