WELL, HO, HO, HO, it's time for Harrigan's timeless and sometimes tiresome annual Christmas Gift Ideas List.
I'D WRITTEN earlier about the changes in the waterfowl hunting due to regulations, that in my mind usher in a closed period of hunting when the population of waterfowl, at least on Great Bay, seems to be peaking.
The Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program celebrated its 25th anniversary last June 29.
Two recent cases of wild turkeys intentionally being run over by vehicles have ruffled some feathers.
Monadnock Kitty Rescue is not closing, but it has stepped up efforts to raise funds to purchase its own building.
Rail trail: For the many supporters of the Londonderry Rail Trail project, the...
Conservation: Though the Quabbin-to-Cardigan Partnership has only been around for a...
Ride the Wilds: More trails and more riders were seen in New Hampshire ATV country...
Time to skate: It hardly seems possible, but heading into November a large pile of...
5,000 miles: HOLDERNESS — Four of five New Hampshire-born ospreys tagged...
$500,000 needed: The historic life-saving station in Portsmouth Harbor will be saved,...
Scholarship: The leadership and alumni of YMCA Camp Belknap presented retiring...
Chesterfield, Keene and Swanzey will help fund the Monadnock Conservancy plan to protect 688 acres.READER COMMENTS: 0
Outdoor magazines landing in my mailbox recently have been laden with product reviews, buyer's guides and seasonal gift lists to appeal to even the most hardcore gear-heads - and that focus on stuff got me to musing on some of my favorite outdoor gear.READER COMMENTS: 0
Only one North Atlantic right whale was spotted in the Gulf of Maine this fall by biologists who are tracking the species.READER COMMENTS: 0
An anonymous donation of $30,000 will help the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests buy and protect 950 acres and preserve access to Mt. Major, the popular hiking destination overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee in Alton.READER COMMENTS: 0
Members of the Friends of Pisgah Council finished a lean-to shelter on land the group owns abutting Pisgah State Park Saturday.READER COMMENTS: 0
Though winter will soon be upon the Granite State, members of the Amherst Garden Club already have their sights set on spring when they can welcome in a flood of pink flowers to raise money for breast cancer awareness.
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