DON'T ASK a question unless you want an answer, and that's what happened with last week's question about why apple crops, both domestic and wild, are so spotty.
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. Congressional Record during a hearing on the relative health of Great Bay.
FOR AS LONG as I can remember as a bird watcher (“twitcher,” if I was in England), the month of September has been known as “Hawk Month.”
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.
Fair Go: The 138th Rochester Fair returns this month with crashing school...
Stone Sentinels: It's hard to throw a stone and not hit a cellar hole in many of New...
On a Walkabout: There are hard core hikers and there are wanderers. This list is...
Family, Food, Blanket, Go! : Looking for a great way to spend some time with the family? Pack...
This is New Hampshire Audubon's Rare Bird Alert for Tuesday, Sept. 9.READER COMMENTS: 0
A Jesse Remington High School student and a chaperone, among a group of hikers in the White Mountain National Forest, had to be rescued separately Thursday when both suffered medical emergencies.READER COMMENTS: 0
New Hampshire Fish and Game has combined their Hunter Education and Bow Hunter Education programs as of Jan. 1 but offered a grace year allowing hunters to complete Bow Hunter Education if they have already passed Hunter Education instead of having to retake the entire program again.READER COMMENTS: 0
Londonderry's first ever outdoor recreation guide, an interactive website where guests can go to plan their local adventures, is nearing completion.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Londonderry Rail Trail Committee expects to construct an additional 3/4 mile of paved trail before the year is over.READER COMMENTS: 0
Some peaks in New Hampshire's White Mountains are named for Presidents, as you may know. A popular venue for hikers is the Presidential Range, after all.
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