Taking Action for Wildlife

NH Fish and Game | UNH Cooperative Extension | Taking Action for Wildlife | NH Wildlife Action Plan


Taking Action for Wildlife is a collaboration between NH Fish and Game and UNH Cooperative Extension to help communities, conservation groups and landowners conserve wildlife and habitats in New Hampshire. The NH Wildlife Action Plan identifies habitats and species in greatest need of conservation, identifies threats to their continued existence and offers strategies to help communities, conservation groups and landowners address these issues. Taking Action for Wildlife includes many resources to help you get involved in efforts to protect, restore and learn about wildlife and habitats.


Community decision makers, government agencies, general public


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Key people:

Catherine Callahan (1), Amanda Stone (2)


(1) NH Fish and Game Department, (2) UNH Cooperative Extension

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About the author

Shane Bradt

Shane Bradt works at the University of New Hampshire. He is a Cooperative Extension State Specialist with the Natural Resources Program and an Extension Professor with the UNH Department of Biological Sciences. More info