Forest Society Blog - News & Features
Decreased daylight lowers testosterone, which causes the connection between antler and skull to weaken and the antlers to fall off. In New Hampshire this typically happens in January, although it can vary. But that’s NOT the end of the story!
Rough-legged hawks fly 2000 miles from Nunavik to New Hampshire to winter here- keep an eye out for them!
Beaver dams create an entire ecosystem that allows birds, insects and other animals to flourish.
Merlins, small falcons, used to be found only in northern N.H.. They have been expanding their breeding range south across New England over the past several decade