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The case of the missing rhinoceros head explanation.
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Back in the day, during the first several years of the new century, I could promise any guests at the South Hill Hilton (my house) that if they drove along Pittsburg's Moose Alley they were...
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OPENING DAY of the waterfowl season, circa 1970s: The gabble of the ducks and geese was a great background for the almost-whisper talk being passed among three of the members of the Great Bay...
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I heard from apple lovers and producers all over the state after I wondered a couple of weeks ago, mildly, what happened to the apple crop in my particular bailiwick, just shy of the 45th Parallel at...
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WE'RE sure this column is going to cause a lot of heated arguments and much consternation among deer hunters, but the mutation of what is now called deer "hunting" is nothing like the deer hunting...
CHERYL KIMBALL SPECIAL TO0 THE UNION LEADER
JAPANESE KNOTWEED and I have done battle for many years.
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THIS COLUMN is a copy of a report about the decline of the Great Bay natural resources that has happened over the span of my 76 years of living and loving Great Bay, to be read into the U.S.
Two days after groundbreaking cataract surgery, Banner the lanner falcon is adjusting to her new eyesight in a spare room of her owner's Deering home.

Falcon recovering from first-of-its-kind cataract surgery

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Two days after groundbreaking cataract surgery, Banner the lanner falcon is adjusting to her new eyesight in a spare room of her owner's Deering home.

Monadnock Humane Society board to address executive director's dismissal

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The Monadnock Humane Society the Board of Directors has agreed to hold a special meeting next week after members petition the board for the meeting to address concerns and questions over the...

Ari Goldenberg of Milton picked up his black rhinoceros head at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service New England Field Office in Concord on Monday.

Nabbed and then cleared by feds, NH man still intends to sell rhino trophy

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A mounted rhinoceros head is back in the possession of a New Hampshire man — almost 2 1/2 years after federal agents confiscated it as evidence in an animal-trafficking case.

Although this moose wasn't shy about having its photo taken earlier this year on Route 26, just east of Dixville Notch, that kind of

Moose in NH: 'Like canaries in the coal mine'

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Although their numbers are down in some parts of the state, there are still moose to be seen in New Hampshire, but they're increasingly headed inland, says a state wildlife biologist.

Emily Chetkowski, founder of Villi Poni Farm in New Ipswich, with one of her ponie at the sanctuary. Threatened by extinction when their numbers dwindled to less than 100 worldwide, Chetkowski owns 7 of the 22 in the U.S, 350 in the world.

New Ipswich woman dedicated to the Newfoundland pony

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A New Ipswich woman has made it her mission to save as many Newfoundland ponies as possible.

Banner the lanner falcon at the New Hampshire School of Falconry in Deering will undergo a historic cataract surgery in Concord on Monday.

Experts are awaiting NH falcon's eye surgery

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Bird experts from around the world will have their eyes on a historic cataract surgery on a falcon from the New Hampshire School of Falconry next week.

Two-class series for pet owners to be held in Bedford

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Local pet owners will have the chance to learn about how to better understand signals and behaviors in their animals through a two-class series from the Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire, hosted...

Leeann Berube of Manchester holds Simba, the sibling of her missing cat.

Missing kitten found, but wont be returned to owners.

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The good news is someone found it and turned it over to the Manchester Animal Shelter. The bad news it won't be returned to the original owner.

NICOLE BERUBE, 21, of Manchester holds Circe, a six-week-old blue seal Siamese kitten that got loose on Sept.  11 from its Rockland Avenue home.  Someone found it and turned it into the Manchester Animal Shelter, but by the time the family learned it was there another family had adopted it.

Manchester family heartbroken after finding lost kitten was adopted from shelter, family refuses to return it

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A lost Siamese kitten, turned in to the Manchester Animal Shelter on Saturday, was adopted out to another family 48 hours, leaving its owner heartbroken.

Nominees named to energy facility approval board

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Two retiring lawmakers have been nominated to seats on the state Site Evaluation Committee, which decides large energy projects such as Northern Pass, a new natural gas pipeline or an electric...

Bella, a chihuahua mix, is still missing in Auburn

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Bella, a Chihuahua mix dog, has been missing for four days now and the public is being asked to keep an eye out for her.

The Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center's Equine Collaborative in Greenfield is now available to people in the community through Oct. 20.

Equine therapy offered at Crotched Mountain

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Members of the community can now benefit from the Equine Collaborative program offered at the Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center through Oct. 20.

The troublesome geese at Meredith's downtown parks are staying away from the imported fake coyotes now standing in the parks.

Fake coyotes helping Meredith geese problem

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At the downtown's waterfront parks, the troublesome flocks of geese seem to be getting the town's message to stay away, thanks to two 3-foot-tall plastic and fiberglass coyote replicas.

Puppy dies in fire after barks alert New Ipswich family to danger

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Gracie, a golden retriever puppy, is being credited with alerting a New Ipswich family to a fire that destroyed their home. Tragically, the puppy died in the blaze.

Candia mule tests positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis

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A mule in Candia has tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), raising the risk level from "moderate" to "high" for people living there, according to the New Hampshire Department of...

State police are trying to identify the dog owner shown in this photo. The  man's pit bull, also pictured, attacked another hiker's dog near Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington Aug. 21. The other dog died three days later.

Pit bull owner sought in fatal attack on another dog near Tuckerman Ravine

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Troop F is seeking to identify of the owner of a pit bull that attacked another dog, inflicting fatal wounds near Tuckerman Ravine on Aug. 21.

Upper Valley deer population talk on tap

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The town is holding two forums for an Upper Valley discussion on the problems arising from the ever growing deer population.

An adult loon stretches its wings while out fishing in the waters of Clement Pond in Hopkinton. The large diving bird is known for its distinctive plumage and its often eerie calls that echo across the water.

Slow growth for state's loon population

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The head biologist and director of The Loon Preservation Committee reported a marginal increase to the state's loon population, but stressed that lead sinkers are still to blame for half of all loon...

New victim protections passed by Legislature celebrated

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From domestic violence, to rape and sexual abuse, NH changed laws this session aimed at providing greater safety.

Londonderry's Sanborn Road location eyed for dog park

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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.

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