Wildlife Journal explores New Hampshire's outdoor recreation opportunities, its wildlife resources and the people who manage and conserve them. Visit sites across the state to learn about outdoor activities and skills. The series also showcases the flora and fauna that make the region a natural treasure.
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Following three avid fishers, tracking deer, Lake Umbagog's loons, and the Androscoggin.
Re-connecting children and adults with their natural surroundings.
Joe Catalano's fishing shop, fishing for stripers, endangered species, and Heath Bog Pond.
Moose photography, bowhunting, bird dog competitions, and Shaker Village.
This episode covers modern tools for biologists, ice climing, and Mount Monadnock.
Dragonfly watching, cooking wild duck, NH's Wildlife Action Plan, and St.Gaudens.
The falcon's comeback, the history of trout in NH, and Hemenway State Forest.
Salmon: from preserving populations to catching, as well as a tour of Stonedam Island.