Go Wild About Habitats

 
Published: May 22, 2017

Our shared stewardship calendar is busy with events that focus on wildlife habitats in New Hampshire. Attend a workshop to learn about different ways land managers and landowners can manage fields and forests for wildlife. Check out a hands-on volunteer workday to get first hand experience with the stream habitats that can support trout. Check out the list of events to find the right fit for you. Signing-up on our calendar makes it easy to learn about and care for wildlife habitats!

 

Creating Habitat for Wildlife Species in Need

As our forests have grown and matured, young forest and shrubland habitats have declined and so has much of the wildlife that depend upon them. Learn about how forest openings can improve the diversity of our forests and create high quality habitats. Join us as we use mist nets to capture birds to learn about their habitat needs. Participants should bring binoculars for bird viewing.

Sponsored by UNH Cooperative Extension the NH Tree Farm Program and many conservation partners:

  • Friday, June 16, 2017, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. in Tamworth, NH. (Cost: $5)

Creating Habitat for Wildlife Workshop - Lakes Region/White Mountains

Ecology of Wetlands in the Pawtuckaway Region

This full day field workshop will explore a wide variety of Wetland Plant Communities and Wildlife Habitats located in and around Pawtuckaway State Park in Nottingham. This region has a great diversity of wetland types including exemplary black gum basin swamps, fens and peatlands, large beaver ponds and floodplain forests.

Sponsored by West Environmental, Inc.

  • Friday, June 23, 2017, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. in Nottingham, NH. (Cost: $60 with lunch provided)

Ecology of Wetlands Workshop - Pawtuckaway Region / Merrimack Valley

A Look at a Semi-Wild Pollinator Meadow

Join the Upper Valley Pollinator Partners and the Hanover Biodiversity Committee for a tour of a backyard pollinator meadow. The Knights have pollinator wildflower areas surrounding their mowed lawn with some tended areas next to their house. Learn how they got started managing the semi-wild area. Get inspired to help pollinators in your own yard.

Sponsored by the Upper Valley Pollinator Partners:

  • Tuesday, June 27, 2017, 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. in Meriden, NH (rain or shine).

Inside a Pollinator Meadow - Upper Valley

Exploring NH's Unique Habitats

The statewide NH Wildlife Action Plan identifies 27 different habitats important to our state’s wildlife. Some of these are common, while others occur infrequently across the landscape. Join us as we visit a floodplain forest, pitch pine barrens, grasslands, and a spruce bog to learn about these special places and the wildlife that depends on them.

Sponsored by UNH Cooperative Extension the NH Tree Farm Program and many conservation partners:

  • Friday, June 30, 2017, 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. in Tamworth, NH. (Cost: $5)

Exploring NH's Unique Habitats Workshop - Lakes Region/White Mountains