Wildlife in New Hampshire

Take a "wildlife moment" and listen.

Help us revise N.H.'s Wildlife Action Plan

Game Management Plan Revision Underway

Please Don't Feed the Deer

Wildlife FAQs
Questions, do we get questions! Find out how to handle wildlife situations of every description.

N.H. Wildlife Rehabilitators List

Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program
Fish and Game protects more than 400 wildlife species not hunted, fished or trapped in N.H. Help support New Hampshire's endangered and threatened wildlife!

Wildlife Profile Fact Sheets
The lowdown on bears, bats, moose and more.

Wildlife publications

Wildlife Management Area Guide
NH Fish and Game owns parcels of land throughout the state that are managed for hunting, fishing and conservation. View a list and maps of larger WMAs by town.

Wildlife Species in N.H.
Wildlife Watching
Wildlife Control
Wildlife Topics

Enhancing wildlife habitat - Improving habitat in your own back yard; managing Fish and Game lands for wildlife; habitat improvement resources.

Seven Sleepers - Learn about hibernators and other winter wildlife (N.H. Wildlife Journal, Nov/Dec 2009)

Guidelines for winter feeding of wild turkeys in New Hampshire - Please don't feed the wild turkeys! But if you insist, here's how to do it with minimal damage to the population.

Wildlife-related Diseases - Lyme disease, rabies, chronic wasting disease, and others. What are they and how to protect yourself and/or our wildlife populations.

Volunteer opportunities at Fish and Game

New Hampshire Big Game Management Plan - guiding the state's deer, moose, bear and turkey management through 2015.

Hunting in New Hampshire: Species, seasons, licenses, and more

Learn to live with bears



New Hampshire's Wildlife Action Plan

Fish and Game worked with partners in the conservation community to create the state's first Wildlife Action Plan. The plan, mandated and funded by the federal government through the State Wildlife Grants program, will guide efforts to restore and maintain species of concern and critical habitats -- keeping species off of rare species lists and saving millions of dollars in the process.

Click here to learn more!


Pocket Guide to N.H. Animal Tracks
track card


brake for moose
Brake for Moose:
It could save your life!


Brochure -- More Harm than Good Please don't feed the deer!
Learn how feeding deer does "More Harm Than Good."


Wildlife-related Diseases Brochure


Wildlife, Rabies and You brochure


About Us
NH Fish and Game Dept.
11 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03301

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