Speaking for Wildlife Training
Speaking for Wildlife trains volunteers to deliver public presentations and nature walks on a variety of wildlife and natural resources topics.Speaking for Wildlife volunteers have access to presentations, equipment (laptops, projectors, etc.), handouts, books and other materials to support your talk. You’ll get support from County Extension staff, tips on public speaking, training on how to use presentation equipment and other practical advice. No public speaking experience necessary! Current presentations include:
- A Garden for Wildlife
- New Hampshire’s Wild History
- NH Bugs: The Big Three
- Birds, Bats, and Butterflies
- Natural Communities of New Hampshire
- NH Bats and White-nose Syndrome
- New Hampshire’s Reptiles & Amphibians
Participants in this free training should be willing to commit to giving at least one presentation in the next year. It’s fun, and we promise you’ll feel prepared after this workshop.
- Optional Computer Training (12:30-1:00pm)
- Welcome & Program Overview
- Nuts & Bolts of Speaking for Wildlife
- Tips for Public Speaking
- Sample Presentation & Discussion
Funding and support for Speaking for Wildlife is provided by NH Fish & Game Department.