Tag Archives: Fish and Game

New Hampshire wants you to help them count their turkeys

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Forget counting sheep. The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department wants you to count turkeys. The department is asking the public to report sightings of wild turkeys for its annual winter flock survey . The online survey asks … Continue reading

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State purchases 672 acres to create wildlife management area

RINDGE — New Hampshire Fish and Game now owns about 672 acres of land in Rindge and Fitzwilliam that it plans to call the Pearly Lake Wildlife Management Area. Fish and Game purchased the property for $765,000 from a private land … Continue reading

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Animal Rights Activists Mark ‘Fur Free Friday’ Outside N.H. Fish & Game Headquarters

A group of animal rights activists gathered at a busy intersection near the New Hampshire fish and game headquarters in Concord on Friday to protest fur trapping — and, with the holiday shopping season kicking into gear, to send a … Continue reading

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Complaint: Religious flyers given to hunter safety class

LACONIA, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is investigating a complaint from the Freedom from Religion Foundation that participants in an agency-sponsored hunter safety class held at a church were given religious flyers. Laura Ryder, the … Continue reading

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Remote ponds stocked with fish via helicopter

New Hampshire’s remote ponds are once again stocked with fish that were raised in hatcheries and then flown in via helicopter. The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department finished its annual aerial stocking program last week. The department uses a … Continue reading

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NHFC- Still Need to Stop Nomination of David Patch

I have recently learned that Governor Sununu placed David Patch on the Governor’s and Council Agenda for Wednesday, May 3. Sadly, despite your calls and emails, Governor Sununu did not formally withdraw the nomination of this anti-gun activist. That means … Continue reading

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N.H. Sees Rise in Wilderness Rescue Missions

Late Thursday night, New Hampshire Fish and Game Officials rescued a 53-year-old man on Mount Lincoln after they’d been searching for him for 3 days. We’ve been seeing a number of stories like that lately, and state officials have confirmed … Continue reading

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