Public Outreach & Education

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
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
BioBitz Engages Community Members on Town-Owned Land
It's a brisk morning during the very beginning of fall in northern New Hampshire. Right before the first signs of daylight, people start to wander up ... Learn More
New Hampshire’s Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) are wildlife species that are rare or declining. In New Hampshire we have 169 SGCN identi... Learn More
Big things can happen for wildlife when dedicated volunteers team up with biologists around the state. This is what happened in the town of Newmarket ... Learn More
In the early hours of a Saturday morning in spring, a group of Fremont citizens armed with binoculars and field guides were alert and quiet, listening... Learn More
When Taking Action for Wildlife came to Andover in the fall of 2012, the six-member conservation commission knew what they wanted to do - find creativ... Learn More
You don't need to own hundreds of acres to manage your property for wildlife, and the Ellingwoods have proof. Mark and Susan have lived on their 7 acr... Learn More