New Hampshire Wildlife News
by Certified Wildlife Biologist, Eric P. Orff
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Eric Orff has been a conservationist and wildlife biologist in New Hampshire for 50 years. Throughout his career, he has shared his knowledge and insights about The Granite State's fish and wildlife. To encourage us to be aware of and observe nature around us, Eric has been able give us details of what is happening right now and to forecast what will be happening in the next few weeks. He brings the very pulse of New Hampshire's Nature to us.


NH Nature Notes

Wildlife Bioligist Eric Orff provides unique and informative articles on various aspects of nature in NH. This is a vast collection dating back to 2004!

Latest NH Nature Note

Well, so this is what a summer day is like. Our first eighty-degree day here in Central NH this year. With an ever-warming New Hampshire I'm thinking the ninety-degree days are not too far off. Boy are things changing...

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Wildlife Research And Management Performance Reports 2022-2023

From NH – Wildlife Research and Management Survey and Inventory Grant: F20AF11939. Period Covered: July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023

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