Wildlife

The Forest Society's mission includes conserving land that supports New Hampshire's native animals and plants, so that wildlife remains a part of our everyday world. Visit this page to explore stories, projects and stewardship related to wildlife and habitat.

As the fall approaches, wasps and hornets get more aggressive. How can you tell what's buzzing around, and when it's safe to get rid of a nest?

Participants in the recent Creek Farm Series program had the change to learn from photographer Phil Stone.

Campers are a reminder that splashing, swimming and playing at making mud pies along the river’s banks are also essential services provided by a river that has shaped New Hampshire and its residents for centuries.

Wildlife photographer Ellen Kenny recently shared a fascinating series of photos of interactions between grackles and a pair of nesting ospreys.

After migrations of hundreds or thousands of miles, birds are returning to NH forests. Not all are renowned for voice and plumage — yet each fill an ecological niche.

Pollen is incredibly important to our survival, so we should give it the credit it deserves.

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Thank you for visiting this Forest Society property. Your donation will help us to care for and maintain hundreds of trails throughout the state. We are grateful for your support!

The Venture Out Project trips mean so much to the people in the LGBTQ+ community who are searching for a respite from the real world and a chance to bond with others like them in a whole new way.

Attendees gather in the Fox Forest classroom for a presentation.
Full capacity crowds have packed Fox Forest classroom in past years.