Wildlife Species

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
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 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
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
Like many others, I’ve been spending more time than usual at home over the past 6 months. During this time, I was inspired to pay closer attention to ... 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
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department (NHFG) is looking for your help to collect information to help monitor the state’s wildlife populations. Mu... 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
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
“For the sake of science,” said Sarah Towle, a Wildlife and Conservation Biology major at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) as we forced our way t... Learn More