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New Hampshire's Wildlife Action Plan identifies 27 unique habitat types across the state. Many of these are easily recognized and definable, like gras... Learn More
When Europeans first came to New Hampshire, moose were found statewide with the highest densities in the north. They were used as a primary source of ... Learn More
As we walk through the woods we see a 10-15” diameter aspen here and there plus an occasional clump amidst what would otherwise be characterized as a ... Learn More
Since January, we have assisted 10 communities across New Hampshire. Below, find out what they have been up to and get inspiration for your own projec... Learn More
Most of us Granite Staters are enamored, maybe even infatuated, with the forests of New Hampshire. It’s hard not to be. They cover about 84% of the st... Learn More
Planning outreach in your community? Take a page from Campton’s book and consider hosting an outdoor field event exploring local habitats Learn More
Those of you with bird feeders may recall two broad themes from the winter of 2017-18: there were fewer chickadees and a lot more juncos. Hardly a day... Learn More
Are you a citizen scientist? Do you want to be? The activity we call “science” began as citizen science centuries ago, with curious people asking ques... Learn More
Winter may seem like a lousy time to identify trees and shrubs. Without leaves to look at, things definitely get a little difficult, but with a few tr... Learn More
Sand and gravel pits are numerous and widespread throughout New Hampshire, making up about 0.35% of New Hampshire’s landscape. Often overlooked and le... Learn More