NH Fish and Wildlife Stewards

Thanks to the support of a federal grant, volunteer Fish and Wildlife Stewards are now available to present free wildlife-related programs to adult groups statewide, such as clubs, libraries and conservation and other community organizations. New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Fish and Wildlife Stewards are volunteers trained to present public presentations aimed at increasing public awareness of the federal Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration programs and the important Fish and Game projects they fund.

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Choose your presentation:

  • Black Bear Happenings in New Hampshire
  • Understanding Bobcats in New Hampshire

These presentations offer a chance to learn about the natural history of our native wildlife, related research and management activities in New Hampshire, and the federal Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program that makes the work possible. Presentations are approximately 30-45 minutes long.

Request a program: Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration logo

CLICK HERE to download a program request form

Mail to:
Fish and Wildlife Stewards, N.H. Fish and Game, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03301

More Info: For questions about the Fish and Wildlife Stewards Program or the presentations offered, contact Mary Goodyear at 603-271-6649 or email mary.goodyear@wildlife.nh.gov.

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

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