Audubon Society of New Hampshire

Our mission: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people.
Founded in 1914 with an original focus on protecting and restoring migratory bird populations decimated by hunting and collection in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, today’s NH Audubon provides:
  • Environmental education programs throughout the state
  • Statewide conservation research and wildlife monitoring
  • Protection of nearly 8,000 acres of wildlife habitat in 38 sanctuaries
  • Environmental public policy and science-based advocacy
A nonprofit, statewide membership organization independent of the National Audubon Society, NH Audubon operates four centers (in Auburn, Concord, Hebron, and Manchester) and two raptor observatories (in Concord and Peterborough). Our staff includes conservation biologists, educators, land managers, and other talented individuals with accounting, development, personnel, communications, building maintenance, management, and marketing skills.

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Contact Audubon Society of New Hampshire

84 Silk Farm Road
Concord, New Hampshire  03301
Phone: (603) 224-9909
Fax: (603) 226-0902


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • New Hampshire

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