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Education: Frequently Asked Questions

If you don't see an answer to your question, try reading the main Education page. Please contact us if you have a question and answer you'd like to see posted here.


Is someone available from Fish and Game to come to my class?
We get many of these kinds of requests; unfortunately, due to limited staff time, we have difficulty in being able to honor those requests. Please check out the other materials we have available that you can use in your classroom. If you are a 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th grade teacher, we do have our Wonders of Wildlife Program free of charge that you can request. You can choose from four different one- to 1.5-hour presentations. Complete and return a reservation request form PDF Document. Several of our programs do have Fish and Game staff involved as part of the curriculum unit.
What kinds of teacher staff development and workshops does Fish and Game offer?
Fish and Game education staff are pleased to be able to offer a wide variety of teacher training opportunities including Project WILD, Aquatic Project WILD, Schoolyard Habitat, Watershed Ecology (see specific program for fees).
Do you have classroom quantities of any materials?
Yes we do! There are several items which we can offer you in classroom quantities, including Discovering New Hampshire Wildlife (a full-color brochure on common NH wildlife), track cards (pocket-size identification card) and Wild Times for Kids (a publication published twice per year designed for 3-6 grade on different wildlife-related topics). See Resources.
Where can I get information about New Hampshire wildlife?

Read fact sheets about New Hampshire Wildlife. Try the search engine (top right) if you're looking for information about a specific species.


Fish and Game publishes a web magazine for children -- Explore Wild New England -- produced in conjunction with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife.


In addition, there are some national websites that can provide you basic natural history information. Two of our favorites are and

Do you have materials that I can borrow to use with my class?
Wildlife kits, track kits, furs and audio-visual materials can be checked out for a two-week time period. Reservations are required and kits will need to be picked up at headquarters or one of the regional offices. These materials are available free of charge. See Resources.
Are there places to visit?
View a full list of visitor centers and hatcheries. The Discovery Room at Fish and Game headquarters in Concord is open year round Monday through Friday. Reservations for groups are required. Great Bay Discovery Center offers programs May through October. Twin Mountain Fish and Wildlife Center and Warren Wildlife Center can provide programs during June, July, August and September, reservations are required. Group tours of fish hatcheries are possible - please make arrangements with the hatchery.