| Karner Blues
Learn about the state butterfly of New Hampshire and the role one plant, blue lupine, plays in its survival. Learn more about the role land use plays in the survival of species and discover the role the pine barrens played in New Hampshire history.
Learn about the moose and how population impacts the survival of a species. Discover how scientists are using technology to learn more about wildlife. Learn how animals use a home range and establish territory and explore the history behind the names of some common New Hampshire animals.
White-tails in Winter
Survival in winter is a real challenge for the white-tailed deer when humans interfere. Learn how feeding deer in the winter may do more harm harm than good.
Having a place to breed is critical to the survival of species like the osprey. Learn more about this bird and what scientists are doing to help the osprey breed and thrive.
Return of the Seabirds
The common tern has not been that common on the Isles of Shoals for the last 60 years. Learn more about how scientists are working to bring back the common tern to Seavey Island. Discover how coastal habitats are threatened by coastal development and what is being done to protect wildlife that lives in coastal areas.
Tracking Blanding’s Turtle