After some tough years of budget shortfalls, NHA is on its way to becoming a strong, effective organization, promoting environmental protection and education of our youth.
NHA does great work that helps to protect the state's resources and educates others about them. The bald eagle surveys have informed regulatory requirements associated with hydropower licenses. The peregrine falcon webcam by providing close up views of peregrine falcons from hatching to fledging also grows viewers' appreciation of our avian neighbors! The conservation staff does significant research on rare birds in New Hampshire.
NH Aubudon is dedicated to protecting New Hampshire's environment for wildlife and people. It has a staff of biologists who conduct research on wildlife and habitat so we have the information to make careful changes to protect and improve the quality of environment for wildlife in New Hampshire.
It has a team of dedicated naturalists who bring wildlife into schools for educational programs and who conduct programs at its five centers throughout the state. All of its programming is designed to link people to the environment and wildlife to build a statewide organization of people who care and want to make a difference in our environment.
While birds are a focus for the organization, it also studies dragonflies, mammals, and all of the wildlife in the state.
NH Audubon is a dedicated organization to the preservation of NH wildlife and habitat and provides educational programs to all age groups. Their biologists are dedicated ... just look at their successes with bald eagles, peregrine falcons and osprey in the state. The Board of Trustees are hard-working and dedicated. Their new President has in the last couple years brought the morale of the staff to an all-time high. I am proud to be a loyal supporter and member.