Speaking for Wildlife Presenters' Information

  • Presentation to a group of people

Before, During and After 


Giving a Speaking for Wildlife presentation is a rewarding experience.  Below are all the resources you need to prepare for any of our talks, conduct a smooth presentation and collect audience information after the event. 


Presenter's Check List

We highly recommend you download and print this checklist to help plan and execute your presentation.

If you add things to the checklist, let us know so we can revise it for the next person giving the talk. 

Download Checklist

Email changes to coordinator 

 

Speaking for Wildlife Presenter's Check List

 

The Kits

 

Need to sign out a kit, please check the calendar below for kit availability in your county. 

Kit Contents: 

  • Manila envelope with audience feedback forms – make sure you have enough before you leave the office!
  • Manila envelope with sign-in sheets
  • LCD Projector
  • Laptop & Case
  • Remote clicker
  • Binder with copies of all scripts
  • Fleece Vest
  • Extension Cord
  • Copy of “New England Wildlife” (book)
  • Copy of “Landowners Guide to Inventorying…” (book)
  • Copy of “Nature of New Hamsphire” (book)
  • Copy of “Integrated Landscaping” (book)
  • Copy of “NH Guide to Upland Invasives” (booklet)
  • Posters: 1 Habitat Map, 1 Bats Poster
  • File with handouts (see reverse for list)
  • NH Bats Laminated Cheat Sheet (for NH Bats talk)
  • Manila envelope with laminated arrows
  • Manila envelope with accident forms
  • Pencil box w/sharpened pencils
  • Roll of masking tape
  • First Aid Kit

Handouts in the Kits 

  1. Grasslands
  2. Floodplain Forests
  3. Appal. Oak Pine Forests
  4. Lowland Spruce Fir Forests
  5. Vernal Pools
  6. Marsh & Shrub Wetlands
  7. Peatlands
  8. Shrublands
  9. Shorelines
  10. Headwater Streams
  11. Northern Hardwood-Conifer Forests
  12. Hemlock- Hardwood-Pine Forests

Download to Print Kit Contents list  

To reserve a kit or get help, reach out to your county contact

Belknap County: Laconia
Rebecca DiGirolomo
rebecca.digirolomo@unh.edu
603-749-2529

Carroll County: Conway
Wendy Scribner
wendy.scribner@unh.edu
603-447-3843

Cheshire County: Keene
Haley Andreozzi
haley.andreozzi@unh.edu
603-862-5327

Coös County: Lancaster:
Haley Andreozzi
haley.andreozzi@unh.edu
603-862-5327

Grafton County: North Haverhill
Jim Frohn
jim.frohn@unh.edu
603-787-6944

 

Hillsborough County: Goffstown
Mary Tebo Davis
mary.tebo@unh.edu
03-641-6060

Merrimack County: Boscawen
Tim Fleury
tim.fleury@unh.edu
603-796-2151

Rockingham County: Brentwood
Greg Jordan
greg.jordan@unh.edu
603-679-5616

Strafford County: Durham
Haley Andreozzi
haley.andreozzi@unh.edu
603-862-5327

Sullivan County: Newport 
Dode Gladders
dode.gladders@unh.edu
603-863-9200


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