LANCASTER — Calling it an act that even poachers would abhor, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who shot, killed and abandoned a moose in Stratford last month.

With ski season comes holiday gift-giving season, and gift options for snow lovers are really endless. While the snow-schusser on your list may be hoping to find a pair of skis under the tree Christmas morning, I like to focus on the little things that can make a big difference – and will fi…

Andy Deegan was filling birdfeeders and letting the dog out in the early morning gloom when he encountered what he thought might be “the biggest squirrel I’ve ever heard” scrambling up a large white pine just outside his New London home.

The weather got cold in the mountains this week. Cold, like barely nudging above freezing during the day and staying well below each night. Cold, like the guns are blazing. Snowguns, that is. Music to a skier’s ears.

Several of you have written ... as to what happened to “Pretty Bird,” the wild partridge that became a real pal to Ken Marvell of New Boston.

LANCASTER — Calling it an act that even poachers would abhor, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who shot, killed and abandoned a moose in Stratford last month.

The ski swap is the traditional precursor to ski season. Normally run by ski clubs or similar non-profit groups, these sales of new and gently (sometimes not-so-gently) used gear can be a great way to suit up and boot up for the winter.

On a recent Saturday afternoon, I was gifted with a little “spare” time which I chose to use to take a leisurely walk at my favorite place in the world, a little beach in Maine called Sea Point. This beach was a focal point of my pre-adult years. While it does bring back great memories — fro…

It’s deer season, when nearly two thirds of all animal collisions with vehicles happen in Midwestern states such as Iowa, Wisconsin and Michigan. West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Montana have equally high rates of animal collisions from September through November, according to a study by Farm…

It won't last much longer! The open water fishing on Great Bay, Little Bay and the Piscataqua River should be prime time right now to be able to catch a bunch of "eatable-sized" stripers, pollock and flounder, as well as a few other saltwater species that will soon be draining out of the war…

As a New Hampshire Conservation Officer, after reading and corresponding with Connecticut's Fisheries Biologist, Bob Jones, in reference to his successful work with sea-run brown trout in his state, we had a chance to meet Bob in person as he was spending a couple of weeks at a Rye Beach vac…

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