Focus on Wildlife Brochures



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Learn about New Hampshire's Amazing Wildlife

 A series of brochures are available from UNH Extension and NH Fish & Game to help New Hampshire landowners and residents learn about and help conserve wildlife species found in their area.

Request a free set of Focus on Wildlife brochures from the UNH Forestry Information Center at 1-800-444-8978, or by email (

Pollinators are species that move pollen from one flower to another, fertilizing plants and allowing them to reproduce. While some birds and bats are ... Learn More
Brook Trout are a native freshwater fish found in streams, rivers, ponds, and lakes throughout New Hampshire. They are powerful swimmers often found i... Learn More
Bats are the only mammals that truly fly. They are generally nocturnal, sleeping during the day and beginning to fly at dusk to forage for insects. Ba... Learn More
Threats to New England Cottontails

Forest Succession. The New England cottontail has specific habitat needs, r... Learn More
Black racers are slender, agile snakes that can grow to 6 feet in length. True to their name, they are solid glossy-black except for a white throat an... Learn More
Blanding’s turtles are distinguished by their bright yellow chin and throat. Their domed shell, looking much like an army-helmet, is often speckled wi... Learn More

If you enjoy these brochures, be sure to check out our Habitat Stewardship brochures