IN THE backyard, right in view from the kitchen window, I maintain three bird feeders in the vainglorious hope that I can make a difference with small creatures, of the flying kind. These manage to fly in the worst of weather, in winds that would ground the 1st Airborne.
Memories: A late-night call led to illegally trapped lobsters and one ultimately remorseful prankster
PINE NEEDLE drop was on the mind of one of our Barrington readers. The letter, slightly edited, follows: “I am a life-long resident of New Hampshire. I was born and raised in Manchester and about 40 years ago I moved to the Barrington/Strafford area, across from the Rochester Reservoir. We have lots of wildlife, deer, bear, birds of prey and lots of other creatures.
What at first looked like a case of animal cruelty turned out to be an inspired ploy by a kid who just wanted a dog of her own.
I got a nearly incomprehensible email from a reader in response to my column two weeks ago, accusing me of being "breed-ist" and other "Hitlerian" ideas.
Lakes Region: In what a conservation group official called further action to...
Ski Program: To encourage children and their families to get out and enjoy winter...
Volunteers Needed: Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center is looking for instructors...
Flipped the Switch: Although the temperatures were somewhat warm and the window of...
Water Testing: Combing through the mud for small insects and checking PH levels,...
Illegal Dumping: Someone is dumping their trash illegally in the Nottingcook Forest in...
Hunter Education: Despite a hunter-related shooting this past weekend, hunting is a...
Mittersill: The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) made the designation in...
Piscataquog River Park: Next spring, school children are expected to travel to the...
Winter Fun: Thanks to much generosity and hard work, the Mt. Eustis Ski Hill...
When the New England Fishery Management Council meets this week in Rhode Island, members hope to finalize a plan to rescue both an iconic species - Gulf of Maine cod - and those whose livelihoods have depended on it.READER COMMENTS: 0
This is New Hampshire Audubon's Rare Bird Alert for Tuesday, Nov. 11.READER COMMENTS: 0
A New Hampshire State Police helicopter crew is credited with finding a woman who became lost while hunting in the woods late Wednesday afternoon.READER COMMENTS: 0
Regular firearms deer hunting season opens Wednesday, with many opportunities for hunters to bag either sex in each wildlife management unit.READER COMMENTS: 0
The head of New Hampshire's statewide organization for off-highway vehicles says the past two years have been a boon for riders and the related recreational economy, especially in the North Country.READER COMMENTS: 0
WHEN THE University of New Hampshire and Fish and Game team up for a study on the status of bobcats and then put out a news release on it, you can bet it'll get a lot of attention.
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