The Connecticut River Watershed Council has postponed the 14th Annual Source to Sea Cleanup until October 16 because of rising water levels.
Are there cougars in the East? If so, where are they coming from? Mark McCollough, a biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, will provide the latest science-based explanations of the “cougar phenomenon.”
The Northern Forest Paddlers Film Fest continues to gain momentum, and we invite you to join us in April for this year’s outstanding film line-up including Paddle to Seattle, Earl’s Canoe, Terra Antarctica, Dream Result, and Kayaking is not a Crime, a claymation short by one of our favorite young film-makers in New York.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s Let’s Go Fishing Program, in partnership with Trout Unlimited, is offering several “Introduction to Fly Fishing” classes that are open to the public. Classes are free unless otherwise noted. Classes are open to anyone, however those 16 and under are encouraged to be accompanied by an adult. Be sure to register early to reserve your space; class size is limited. Each course includes one of the following indoor sessions, as well as a combined field day in Manchester.
Bring the family to Discover WILD New Hampshire Day on Saturday, April 17, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department at 11 Hazen Drive in Concord, N.H. Admission is free.