In 2020, UNH Extension forestry and wildlife staff began hosting NH Woods & Wildlife: Live!, a series of Facebook Live webinars where experts and special guests answer audience questions about various topics including forest pests and diseases, forestry, wildlife, land conservation, and more! We enjoyed these Q&As so much we decided to keep going! Join us for upcoming Q&As where we’ll answer your questions live. To submit a question to be answered live, visit our online form. You do not need a Facebook account to participate.
- January 28 - Whose Prints Are These? Tracking Wildlife in Winter
- February 11 - Science by the People: Citizen Science in NH
- February 25 - Pests & Diseases: What's Bugging NH Forests?
- March 11 - State of the Birds: How are NH’s Birds Doing?
- March 25 – Burning Questions: Prescribed Burns
- April 8 - Break for Moose: Get to Know NH’s Largest Mammal
- April 22 - Puddles in the Woods: Exploring Vernal Pools
- May 6 - Brook Trout: Get Hooked on NH’s State Freshwater Fish
- May 20 – To Be Announced
- June 3 - Life in the Slow Lane: Get to Know NH's Turtles
You can watch the previous Q&As anytime by clicking the links below.
- Nature & Ecology in New Hampshire
- Management & Stewardship in New Hampshire
- Backyard Birds
- Homegrown Heat: Finding, Cutting & Storing Firewood
- Wood is Good: New Hampshire's Forest Industry
- Trail Talk: Finding, Using & Creating Trails
- What's Bugging my Tree? Pests and Diseases of New Hampshire Forests
- Saving Spaces: Land Conservation in New Hampshire
- Invasive Plants: Ecology & Control in the Granite State
- Fall Foliage: A Forester's Guide to Leaf-peeping
- Bear Necessities: Black Bears in New Hampshire
- Bats in NH: Get to Know our Nocturnal Neighbors
- Wildlife in Winter: How NH Critters Survive Snow Season
- Making Maple Syrup: Tap Into Sugaring this Season
- Got Woods? Foresters Can Help
- Invasive Plants & Native Wildlife in NH