There is this camp in a more or less sylvan glade along a more or less untraveled road. There are few of these left, by the way.
IT WAS dead-low tide at Portsmouth's great Pierce Island boat launching and docking facility.
BARRED OWLS are perhaps the most commonly seen owls in New England. Along with the great horned owl, these two species are the largest of our native owls.
After years of seeking the perfect site for Londonderry's new dog park, committee members are back where they started, and ready to move forward.
This is New Hampshire Audubon's Rare Bird Alert for Tuesday, Aug. 5.
Come aboard for Gatsby on the Isles, a 1920s bash on the high seas, featuring music, lawn games, and a picnic on the Isles of Shoals.READER COMMENTS: 1
In a testament to its popularity and just a little more than a year since its dedication, Ride the Wilds, the 1,000-mile North Country network of off-highway recreation vehicle trails, will add another main connector later this month.READER COMMENTS: 0
WALKING in New Hampshire woods, I'm usually looking up and looking out. Tall trees, flitting birds overhead and the possibility of dozing deer or a bounding bear keep my chin up.READER COMMENTS: 0
At least two Mississippi kites have been seen regularly during the summer in Newmarket, where they have nested during the past several years.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Londonderry Trailways group is hoping to pave a 3/4 mile segment of the local Rail Trail.READER COMMENTS: 1
The Wildlife Heritage Foundation raised $23,500 in its annual moose hunting permit auction, according to a release from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.
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Mark Hayward's City Matters: Market Basket workers' outlook challenges the skeptics among us