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Wednesday, July 13, 2022 - 6:00pm
PortsmouthRockingham County, New Hampshire

This presentation with NHFG Biologist Henry James will provide a glimpse into the physiology and behavior of moose.

There is one mushroom that bucks the seasonal trend, sprouting brazenly in spring with enough chutzpah to drive the local mushroom enthusiasts crazy: the morel.

The slow journey to and from ancestral nesting grounds often takes turtles across busy roadways.

Bluebirds are a familiar harbinger of spring, and they're also a conservation success story.

What happens when a non-native herbivore sets up shop in New Hampshire?

The increasing angle of the late April sun and warming of the soil are agents of great spring transformations.

Renewal of life — birds and blossoms — provide solace in times of stress.

With rain and warm temperatures in the forecast, tonight could be the big night in many regions of the state.

With the warm wet weather and the onset of spring, this is one of the best times of the year to plan and lay out a timber harvest.