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The Resurgence of Bald Eagles in New Hampshire

August 1   7:00 pm         Chris Martin

This program examines the dramatic Bald Eagle population recovery in New Hampshire and describes management efforts and partnerships that have helped eagles. In 2023, NH Audubon staff and field volunteers continued to track the robust resurgence of the Granite State’s Bald Eagle population.


We confirmed 109 Territorial Pairs in NH, up 18% compared to 2022.  NH Fish & Game removed the Bald Eagle from our state’s Endangered and Threatened Wildlife List in March 2017 after we confirmed two decades of population growth. Looking back this was clearly the right decision, and the population has continued to expand since then. 

The Resurgence of Bald Eagles in New Hampshire: About Us
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Chris Martin

Chris Martin has been a raptor biologist for NH Audubon for more than three decades.


His work focuses on recovery of the state’s endangered and threatened raptors in close collaboration with NH Fish & Game. He recruits, trains, and supervises an enthusiastic corps of NH Audubon volunteer field observers who monitor these species all across the state.

The Resurgence of Bald Eagles in New Hampshire: Who We Are

This program is sponsored by:

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The Resurgence of Bald Eagles in New Hampshire: About
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