AAHH, this is the time of year when it's really fun and often a challenge to go ice fishing.
The following column was printed in the Union Leader on Saturday, Jan. 31, 1987. Written by Stacey Cole, shown in the photo, the column heading was “Nature Talks from Down on the Farm.”
According to MacLeod, the executive director of the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, crow attacks on owls can be a common occurrence when the normally nocturnal owls venture out during the day to find food and keep warm.
When a victim of domestic violence makes the brave choice to leave his or her abuser but has no permanent place to call home, he or she is often faced with a heart-wrenching situation: What will become of their beloved pet?
Slopeside: Many Granite State ski area host large events to benefit other...
Dorrs Pond: MANCHESTER -- Bundle up and bring your skates for a night of ice...
Slopeside: With plentiful snow, families have many options to enjoy the snow and...
Sled Dog Derby: Some of the up-and-coming sled-dog drivers participating in the...
Fishing Derby: A big smile crossed Rodney Rondeau's face late Sunday afternoon as he...
Annual angler festival: A heavy ice pack and lots of cold, sunny days created perfect...
Slopeside: Some people may be groaning as they experience another snowstorm, but...
Littleton: Between 1939 and 1979, the Mt. Eustis Ski Hill was the place where...
It's officially March. Perhaps Nature's snow-gun show will cut us a break? Unless the old "In like a lion" cliché holds true?
"Out like a lamb" may not be much better. I've attended a malpresentation birth of one lamb arriving in March in a snowstorm with legs bent akimbo. Either way, March can be as fitful and unpredictable as winter itself.
This is New Hampshire Audubon's Rare Bird Alert for Monday, Feb. 23, 2015.READER COMMENTS: 0
Cold and snow-filled, the winter of 2015 has given the state's alpine and cross-country ski resorts great conditions if not an always uniform economic boost.READER COMMENTS: 2
Twelve Scouts from the United Kingdom recently spent a day at the Chester Rod & Gun Club, honing their shooting skills and having fun despite frigid conditions.READER COMMENTS: 0
The winter of 2015 is shaping up to be a winner for snowmobilers, with the Department of Fish and Game reporting that abundant snowfall has allowed nearly all 7,000-miles of New Hampshire's trail system to open.
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