New Hampshire is home to a great diversity of wildlife species, with habitats that range from coastal islands to alpine tundra. The NH Fish & Game Department is the agency responsible for guarding the state's fish, wildlife, and marine resources. UNH Cooperative Extension staff work very closely with NH Fish & Game to manage for and protect the state's wildlife. Many of the links below will bring you to NH Fish & Game's pages.
Do you want to know more about wildlife?
A series of three brochures are available from UNH Cooperative Extension and NH Fish & Game to help New Hampshire landowners and residents learn about and help conserve wildlife species found in their area.
Click here to view/download the brochures and print an order form for the series.
Additional Wildlife Resources
- Wildlife Species Occurring in New Hampshire - a list of (almost) all the wildlife species that occur in NH
- Endangered and Threatened Wildlife of New Hampshire - a list of the state's rare wildlife
- UNH Songbirds & Invasive Shrubs Project - information about Extension wildlife research
- Inventorying & Monitoring Wildlife - learn how to keep track of the wildlife on your property!
Photos on this page by: Linda Cullivan, Pat Watts, Siobhan Basile, and Michael Marchand