Managing Wildlife Habitats

In September, we welcomed 5 new communities to the 2nd annual Community Conservation Cohort, hosted by Taking Action for Wildlife. 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
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
Supporting nature and recreation the New Hampshire way
Hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, and horseback riding are just some of the ways we get outside to enjoy nature and relax. However, even these s... Learn More
Last summer, I met with Sam Taylor, a forester with the N.H. Division of Forests and Lands, to learn about how the Division is monitoring for bats on ... Learn More
I had the privilege of attending the 2015 NH Coverts Project training program and 5 years later, I finally completed my NH Coverts project. It took 5 ... Learn More
When it comes to wildlife in New Hampshire, the big creatures get a lot of attention. My e-mail inbox and voicemail are often filled with messages fro... Learn More
Hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, and horseback riding are just some of the ways we get outside to enjoy nature and relax. However, even these s... Learn More
So often we feel that one person can’t make a difference, but Pollinator Pathways, a new initiative started by the Kingston Conservation Commission, i... Learn More