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January 9, 2019

ducksCONCORD, NH – With sea duck season closing on January 13, our cover story on coastal waterfowl hunting in the Granite State, featured in the  January/February 2019 New Hampshire Wildlife Journal, is an inspiring way to start off the new year. Author Brendon Jackson shares his tips and tactics for a rewarding experience on the water, and his passion for the sport will have readers anticipating next fall’s opening day.

catAlso in this issue, New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Biologist Jillian Kilborn explores the relationship between snowshoe hare populations and the presence of the elusive Canada lynx here in New Hampshire.

lodge.jpgAnd for those fascinated by history, and who love wild places, Andrew Schafermeyer introduces us to the iconic Al’s Lodge, a source of hunting lore and legend in the remote Great North Woods.

Regular columns include On the Nature Trail, where we meet the playful North American river otter, and in Wild Places we discover Belknap County by snowmobile.  Our popular Warden’s Watch column recounts the activities and adventures of Conservation Officers in the field.

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