Speaking for Wildlife

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Discover New Hampshire’s Wildlife and Habitats

From the peaks of the White Mountains to the Atlantic coastline, from our backyards to the backcountry, New Hampshire is home to a great diversity of wildlife species. Get involved in the Speaking for Wildlife program, either as a volunteer speaker or host a talk, and learn about wildlife species and their habitats in the Granite State.

Trained volunteers are available to deliver wildlife presentations and lead walks, with support from UNH Cooperative Extension staff. Programs are free and available to community groups throughout New Hampshire. Community groups, libraries, town boards, teachers and other groups can request a Speaking for Wildlife presentation or field walk by emailing Haley Andreozzi or calling (603) 862-5327.

The program is sponsored by UNH Cooperative Extension and New Hampshire Fish & Game


Thank you to the 129 volunteers who completed the 2020 Coverts Project Survey! Despite the challenges of this year, your cumulative impact is - ... Learn More
Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State
Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State Learn More
Part of the "A Walk in the Woods" Series
Part of the "A Walk in the Woods" Series Learn More


The Reptiles & Amphibians slide presentation introduces participants to the frogs, salamanders, turtles and snakes that call New Hampshire home. Learn More
Wondering what’s up with bats in New Hampshire? This talk will give you an overview of the different kinds of bats found in our state, where to look f... Learn More
NHBugs: The Big Three informs New Hampshire citizens and visitors about three invasive insects of greatest concern to our trees and forests: emerald a... Learn More
A Garden for Wildlife is a slide presentation that shows how anyone with a backyard, garden, or landscaped area can help wildlife by altering their la... Learn More
In this dazzling presentation, you’ll see New Hampshire’s natural beauty through the lens of Natural Heritage Bureau ecologists and photographers Ben ... Learn More
The Wild History slide presentation takes participants on a virtual journey through New Hampshire’s past, focusing on changes in the land and how wild... Learn More