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A bluebird perches on a branch in winter.

Something Wild: How You Can Help Bluebirds

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Jessica Hunt | May 6, 2022

Bluebirds are a familiar harbinger of spring, and they're also a conservation success story.

Looking up at a white ash tree outside the home of the author.

Forest Notes: The Future of Ash Trees in New England

Stacie Hernandez | April 28, 2022

What happens when a non-native herbivore sets up shop in New Hampshire?

Unfurlig fiddleheads shine in the early morning light in a floodplain forest

Something Wild: Celebrating Earth Day (Literally)

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Jessica Hunt | April 26, 2022

The increasing angle of the late April sun and warming of the soil are agents of great spring transformations.

A yellow crocus pokes through the snow.

Forest Journal: Spring Rx provides natural and spiritual renewal

Dave Anderson | April 17, 2022

Renewal of life — birds and blossoms — provide solace in times of stress.

A spotted salamander in leaves.

A Big Night Coming

Anna Berry, Dave Anderson | April 7, 2022

With rain and warm temperatures in the forecast, tonight could be the big night in many regions of the state.

Field Forester Steve Junkin holds eggs laid in a vernal pool at Tebbetts Hill Reservation in Farmington.

Forestry Friday: Vernal Pools & Forestry

March 17, 2022

With the warm wet weather and the onset of spring, this is one of the best times of the year to plan and lay out a timber harvest.

Something Wild: Are there more bobcats in N.H.? Or just more wildlife cameras?

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Jessica Hunt | March 11, 2022

The number of pictures of bobcats in New Hampshire on social media has us wondering if there are more bobcats in New Hampshire?

Dark iridescent male turkey with blue and red head and a beard strutting against snowy white backdrop

Tom Turkey Display

Dave Anderson | February 25, 2022

The undeniably stronger late winter sunlight is the agent of change in the forests and fields of New Hampshire.