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Chimney Swifts in New Hampshire
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 an... Learn More
In September, we welcomed 5 new communities to the 2nd annual Community Conservation Cohort, hosted by Taking Action for Wildlife. Learn More
2021 NH BioBlitz Provides Useful Data on Town Lands
September was a busy month on town lands in New Hampshire, as community members all over the state got outside to explore and observe as part of the N... Learn More
The Landscape Left Behind by Nature's Engineers
Southeast Land Trust’s Tucker and French Family Forest is an almost 600 acre property located in Kingston, where the natural life cycle of a beaver po... Learn More
Nanci and Charlie Mitchell live on a large tract of land in Gilmanton which they manage largely to protect and improve wildlife habitat on the propert... Learn More
Over the years, the Taking Action for Wildlife (TAFW) Team has noticed in workshops and conferences that community participants learned as much from e... Learn More
Every couple of weeks, Kristen Murphy heads out to collect the electronic cards from three trail cameras in Exeter. As soon as she is back in her offi... Learn More
Wetlands are among the most biologically diverse, productive, and unique habitats on earth. No other part of our landscape provides so many benefits a... Learn More
Conservation Commissions have a strong interest in engaging community members through fun, educational activities. Getting folks outside and engaged h... Learn More
The end of one year and beginning of the next is often seen as a time of reflection, and that's definitely true for the wildlife biologists who lead t... Learn More