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Wildlife Sightings Database (NH)

Published: Aug 29, 2014
A web portal where anyone can report sightings of wildlife species in New Hampshire. Focused on less common species, the site also collects information about vernal pools and all sightings of reptiles and amphibians in the state. More

Invasive Insects - Request a Presentation in your Community

Published: Aug 26, 2014
Have you heard news stories about invasive insects threatening New Hampshire’s trees and forests? Help spread the word by scheduling a talk in your community. More

Learning to Live with Beavers

Published: Aug 26, 2014
Roads flooded? Culverts blocked? Having problems with beavers in your town? Join us to lean about beaver biology and how the Town of Merrimack is working to create an innovative plan to map and coordinate beaver management across town Commissions and Departments. More

Fall Invasive Plants Events

Published: Aug 25, 2014
Want to help control invasive plants in your town? This fall there are several workshops and volunteer workdays that will help get you started. More

Survey for Stream Health in North Hampton

Published: Aug 1, 2014
How often do you get to mix volunteering, science and golf? You'll have a chance to do just that on Aug. 20 in North Hampton, NH. More

Signs of the Seasons for Educators

Published: Jul 28, 2014
A workshop for educators of students in grades K-12 interested in a citizen science program that tracks seasonal changes of plants. More

Volunteers Needed for Invasive Mapping in Northern NH

Published: Jul 21, 2014
Japanese knotweed is a problem, even in northern NH. Volunteers are needed to help maps locations in Pittsburg and Clarksville. More

Natural Resource Stewards Training

Published: Jul 21, 2014
Applications now being accepted for this 13-week training program for those interested in conservation New Hampshire's natural resources. More

Reptile and Amphibian Reporting Program (RAARP)

Published: Jul 18, 2014
RAARP is a program coordinated by the NH Fish and Game Nongame & Endangered Wildlife Program where volunteers report sightings of reptiles and amphibians. Recorded observations are used to determine the distribution of all reptiles and amphibians within New Hampshire. More

Help New Hampshire's Bats!

Published: Jul 14, 2014
Volunteers are needed to help monitor New Hampshire's declining bat populations! There are several presentation and bat count trainings going on around the state. More