by Tessa Corsetti On January 9th, 2024, Great Bay had the opportunity to host our second annual Research Symposium! Students, academic and professional scientists, and partner organizations from in and around coastal New Hampshire came to the Great Bay Reserve for a...
The latest edition of the Great Bay SWMP status report (2022) is now available! This annual report highlights trends found in the data collected throughout the Great Bay Estuary each year using our four SWMP monitoring stations.
We are excited to share two opportunities to work with the Reserve and our fantastic friends group – the Great Bay Stewards. As part of a new initiative known as Great Bay 2030, the Great Bay Stewards is looking for outstanding candidates for two part time contractor positions.
The osprey nest cam at the Great Bay Discovery Center gives a perfect view of the frozen saltmarsh at this time of year, but with only 3 months until the osprey pair returns to their nest, staff often use this window of time to venture out to clean up debris that would otherwise be hidden by tall green cordgrass.
This season you have the opportunity to give your Christmas tree a second magical winter chapter by recycling it for wildlife! From December 26, 2023 through January 7, 2024 bring your once-live Christmas tree to the Great Bay Discovery Center in Greenland, NH, and help create our first-ever winter wildlife trail!
Interested in doing research in coastal environments and are looking for some financial and professional support? Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve and NOAA are offering up an exciting graduate fellowship opportunity!
Marshes, tidal creeks and mudflats- some key factors that make up Great Bay. But did you know there is one crucial habitat that you may not have heard of? Appalachian Oak Pine Forests!
A new grant funded position! Help connect kids to Great Bay while getting outside…and get paid!
A wildlife garden is one of the most effective and easiest ways you can contribute to the
conservation of not only the environment, but your own backyard!
Katie is a member of the Great Bay research team and supports monitoring and research efforts at the Reserve.