Friday's news that New Hampshire has 40 or so nesting bald eagles was balm for the soul. It is the latest in this generation's track record of righting old environmental wrongs (moose, beaver, wild turkeys, fisher cats, martens, loons).
MY grandson-in-law Joe (father of my young, great-grandson Colin) likes to fish for stripers around his home grounds in Maryland. He mostly fishes from the surf and usually lands some decent fish each year.
Strange as it may seem, while observing wild things I occasionally see extraordinary sights.
This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Tuesday, July 15.
The most recent sign that the repopulation of New Hampshire bald eagles has been a success is on display on Big Squam Lake this summer – a pair of bald eagles nesting has been found to be raising three big, healthy eaglets.
Heavy construction equipment rumbles into New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Route 106, as loaders, dozers, excavators, trailers, trucks, cranes, backhoes and other vehicles park at the track Friday.READER COMMENTS: 0
The demolition of the John McClane Clark Outdoor Pool at Veterans Park is underway.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Significant Trees of Wilton and Lyndeborough Committee is compiling a list of memorial trees and trees with significant value and want to educate people on the value of trees around them.READER COMMENTS: 1
A plan to connect various town areas by pedestrian trails was presented at the June Planning Board meeting and residents have until July 31 to share their comments and ideas.READER COMMENTS: 0
The first seismograph available for public use in New Hampshire has been installed at the local library.READER COMMENTS: 0
Despite a slight delay due to a colder-than-normal spring, the 2014 blueberry season will soon be here and it should be delicious, say North Country growers and agriculture officials.
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