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October 05. 2013 1:27PM

NH volunteers needed to stalk bobcats for study


Bobcats like this one in Paul Bolduc's backyard in Sullivan have been seen roaming around New Hampshire. Wildlife officials say reports of captures and sightings have been on the rise. (Courtesy)

DURHAM, N.H. -- The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department and the University of New Hampshire are looking for volunteer "citizen scientists" to participate in a trail-camera count of bobcats in three specific study areas in southern New Hampshire.



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