A Chapter of New Hampshire Audubon



Field Trips

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Helping Us


All programs are free and open to the public and held in the handicap accessible Theatre Room of the Nashua Public Library on the third Wednesday of the month at 7 pm. For more information contact our Program Coordinator: Richard Maloon at

Wednesday August 16, 2017  Wildflowers, Rivka Schwartz

Co-sponsored with Beaver Brook Association

Beaver Brook naturalist Rivka Schwartz will discuss the diversity of wildflowers at the Beaver Brook Association of Hollis, Come to this presentation and receive details about guided walks at Beaver Brook on August 23, September 20, and October 18 all from 10am to noon  at Beaver Brook.  See Beaver Brook's web site for details.  Beaver Brook Association

Wednesday September 20, 2017,  New Hampshire Audubon Mission,  Douglas Bechtel, NH Audubon President

The New Hampshire Audubon is an independent NH-only based educational association of members who are dedicated to protect natural wildlife. Founded before the National Audubon, our roots go back to 1897. We provide environmental education programs throughout the state, conservation research and wildlife monitoring, protection of nearly 8,000 acres of wildlife habitat in 38 sanctuaries, and environmental public policy and science-based advocacy. Come hear these programs as well as local events, projects, partnerships, affiliations and our dedicated staff and board of directors.

 Wednesday October 18, 2017,  Snow Leopards, Jennifer Snell Rullman

Join us at our regular meeting to learn about the amazing Snow Leopard. Ms. Rullman is a director at the Snow Leopard Trust and has incredible photographs and video of wild snow leopards- found only in the high mountains of central Asia.  She will share the reasons why the illusive- rarely seen -snow leopard is "amazing". Learn how the Trust works with communities to save this endangered large cat by combating poaching and working with local herders to prevent retaliation killings. Programs in place include partnerships, enterprise opportunities, providing insurance, vaccination programs, prevention and education.    

Wednesday November 15, 2017 Speaker TBD 

Join us at our regular meeting for another exciting program focused on New Hampshire.  We provide free-of-charge informative programs on birds, birding, and nature for residents of Nashua and surrounding communities. Learn how you may participate and become part of NH Audubonís long history. Many of our conservation and education programs rely on citizen-scientists and naturalists. These volunteers provide data on bird populations and to help staff study the stateís biodiversity, measure the effects of human activity on wildlife, and teach children, families, and adults about the natural environment. Volunteers also help with mailings, data entry, events, and special projects.

December 20, 2017 South Africa Adventures, Jane Kolias and Sam Townsend

Join us at our regular meeting as Jane Kolias, 2014 Audubon Volunteer of the year and nighthawk watcher and Sam Townsend share their experiences at S. Africaís Zulu Nyala Private Game Reserve and the many other nature and wildlife sanctuaries near to the port city of Durban, a city of 3.5 million.  Zulu Nyala is in the heart of one of South Africaís most diverse conservation regions and home to a wide variety of wildlife such as elephant, rhino, buffalo, hippo, giraffe, leopard and cheetah. Durban is the largest port city in S. Africa and one of the busiest tourist cities on the Indian Ocean.

Again note that all are welcome to attend the NH Audubon Nashaway Chapter handicapped accessible free programs.

Nashaway Chapter of NH Audubon: Last updated July 23, 2017