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Discover WILD New Hampshire

Yesterday the Groovy Toad Gang celebrated New Hampshire’s 150th Discover WILD NH Fish & Game Day, an annual event where families can spend the day learning about NH’s wildlife, safety in wilderness, taking steps to keep our earth and water clean, a scavenger hunt for the kids, hands on activities and live animals! 200 more words


Fish and game bunch archery day

May 30th and 31 will see the local game club host an archery weekend.
The shoot is billed as a 3D event and is at the club 7.2 kilometers up Aberdeen Road in Lower Nicola BC ( off highway 8 ).The Club rate is 75 dollars for a family, 35 a person, 20 dollars for a youth There is no Saturday dinner, however camping included. 17 more words

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CONCORD, N.H. – The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department and the N.H. Department of Resources and Economic Development Division of Forests and Lands, with support from the N.H. 252 more words


Happy 150th, N.H. Fish and Game!

This is a big year for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, as the state’s wildlife agency celebrates 150 years of fish and wildlife conservation in the Granite State. 33 more words

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• Yaa Khusgé Yaaw Woogoo will teach middle school students about herring during spring break

The Sitka School District and the Outdoor Foundation, in partnership with the Sitka Tribe of Alaska and Sitka National Historical Park, will host a free, week-long marine science and culture camp during spring break, March 16-20, for 20 sixth-grade, middle-school students. 275 more words


NH Fish and Game Seek Illegal Duck Shooter

The NH Fish and Game Law Enforcement Division are looking for information on the person who shot seven mallard ducks in Franklin on Tuesday. Officials say shortly after 5:00 pm Conservation Officer Lieutenant James Kneeland went to Chance Pond in Franklin after receiving reports of someone shooting ducks. 87 more words


The Polar Bears Go Wild

Review written by Flossie Waite
A macrobert and Fish and Game Production
Unicorn Theatre
For ages 2 – 5
9th January – 25th January

Prepare for the most pretentious, ridiculous sentence I’ve penned in my review-writing career: I wish the two polar bears central to this play had more of a backstory. 468 more words

Children's Theatre