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Deer at the birdfeeder.

Forest Journal: Birdfeeders Attracting More Than Birds This Winter

Dave Anderson | February 26, 2023

With forest food absent, wildlife patterns change.

Derevya Farms wetlands

100+ Acres in Allenstown Protected Forever Thanks to Trowbridge-Bonk Family & Forest Society Supporters

February 23, 2023

The Bonk-Trowbridge family generously donated the conservation easement and will retain ownership of the land.

What’s the first sign of spring in NH?

Kelly Whalen | February 22, 2023

The lecture series honors the environmental and scholarly legacies of Hillsborough residents Annette and William Cottrell, as well as that of New Hampshire’s first research forester, Henry Ives Baldwin.

Red squirrel perches on a tree branch

Wildlife Wednesday: A Winter's Tracking Reflection

Dave Anderson | January 18, 2023

Dave Anderson takes a winter walk through the woods and reflects on his wildlife track findings.

Dark bodied river otter in lush summer green foliage

Something Wild: You Really Otter Know Better!

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Jessica Hunt | January 13, 2023

Something Wild explores all things otter.

Sophie Oehler reads at the Forest Society.

Sophie Suggests: What to Read & Watch This Winter

Sophie Oehler | January 11, 2023

Stuck on what to read this year? Check out these titles recommended by our communications coordinator!

Dave and Chris recording in the studio.

Something Wild: The Beauty of Brush Piles

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Jessica Hunt | December 21, 2022

A brush pile releases valuable nutrients back to the soil. It also provides habitat for all sorts of animals, like insects, salamanders, and mice. Even the smallest creatures need food, cover, and space.