Speaking for Wildlife Volunteers Walk the Walk

Speaking for Wildlife Volunteers Walking

Did you know that community groups, town boards, teachers, and other community groups can inquire about scheduling a Speaking for Wildlife presentation or field walk in any community in New Hampshire? Trained volunteers with the Speaking for Wildlife program are available to give a wildlife or nature-themed presentation, or can help lead a nature walk or field tour on land in your town. 

Speaking for Wildlife presentations available include:

  • 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
  • Design Your Own Field Walk
  • Black Bear Happenings in New Hampshire (Provided by NH Fish & Game Volunteers)
  • Understanding Bobcats in New Hampshire (provided by NH Fish & Game volunteers)

Learn more about any of these presentations (including videos or each talk so you can see what it's about) are available at: speakingforwildlife.org