Haley works with volunteers, landowners, natural resources professionals, and communities to enhance, restore, and conserve wildlife habitat throughout New Hampshire. She provides technical assistance for outreach, citizen science, and stewardship projects related to New Hampshire's wildlife species and their habitats.
Haley coordinates the NH Coverts Project and Speaking for Wildlife volunteer programs, and is a team member of both Nature Groupie and Taking Action for Wildlife. She also coordinates landowner outreach, citizen science, and volunteer efforts related to New England cottontail conservation.
She received her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science & Natural Resources Management from the University of Rhode Island and earned a Masters of Science in Wildlife & Conservation Biology from the University of New Hampshire.
- 2018 Volunteer Contributions [infographic]
- 2021 NH BioBlitz: Guide to Using iNaturalist
- 2021 Volunteer Impacts (Infographic)
- A Garden for Wildlife Press Release
- A Garden for Wildlife Sample Promotional Flyer
- A Landowner’s Guide to New England Cottontail Habitat Management
- Appalachian Oak-Pine Forests
- Bats in New Hampshire [brochure]
- Beavers and Their Control
- Birds, Bats & Butterflies [script]