The Speaking for Wildlife program offers free public talks and walking tours, focused on wildlife and habitats, to libraries, town boards, classrooms, and other interested community groups in New Hampshire. The program has a network of volunteers, trained by UNH Cooperative Extension, who are available to deliver wildlife presentations and lead walks on public lands.
There are currently six presentations available to choose from, including:
- A Garden for Wildlife: Natural Landscaping for a Better Backyard
- New Hampshire's Wild History: 350 Years of NH Wildlife
- Birds, Bats & Butterflies: Keeping Common Wildlife Common
- The Nature of New Hampshire: Natural Communities in the Granite State
- New Hampshire's Bats and White Nose Syndrome
- Reptiles & Amphibians: Warming Up to New Hampshire’s Cold-Blooded Natives
- NHBugs: The Big Three
To inquire about scheduling a Speaking for Wildlife presentation or field walk, contact Haley Andreozzi, UNH Cooperative Extension Wildlife Outreach Program Manager, at (603) 862-5327 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Speaking for Wildlife for more information.