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Speaking for coyotes: Advocates hope to limit the hunt
GILFORD - A Manchester-based wildlife advocacy group is looking to limit the recreational hunting season for coyotes.
Date: Sep 23, 2017

Stratham couple wants to end pig scrambles
STRATHAM -- Bill and Bertha Trently do not have a history of being animal rights activists, but they hope raising awareness about pig scrambles at fairs will prompt others to take action.
Date: Sep 22, 2017

Wolfeboro police drop two charges against Great Dane owner

Wolfeboro police drop two charges against Great Dane owner
WOLFEBORO — Police recently dropped two charges against Christina Fay who allegedly mistreated dozens of Great Danes at her Wolfeboro home.
Date: Sep 21, 2017

Hawk watcher's job is for the birds

Hawk watcher's job is for the birds
Broad-winged hawks are by far the most prevalent species encounted by New Hampshire hawk watchers, but there are more than a dozen other species that ...
Date: Sep 19, 2017

Rescue dog subject of author talk
Ryan is the founder of the Newburyport, Mass., newspaper The Undertoad and served as its publisher and editor for over a decade. In 2007, he sold the newspaper and moved to the White Mountains of New Hampshire to hike with his miniature schnauzer,...
Date: Sep 16, 2017

Missing Rindge dog found in New Ipswich after two weeks
New Ipswich resident Travis Rautiola was returning home from a fishing trip on Sept. 2 when he would reel in his biggest catch of the day.
Date: Sep 16, 2017

Seabrook paddle-boarder's Go-Pro captures closeup video of Humpback whale
SEABROOK, N.H. (CBS) - Mike Lamagna of Andover is an experienced commercial fisherman, but he was still stunned by what he saw while paddle-boarding at Seabrook beach.
Date: Sep 14, 2017

100 dogs/cats from Palm Beach County headed to New Hampshire to make room after Irma
More than 100 animals from Palm Beach County are headed to New England, to make room in .
Date: Sep 14, 2017

Fish and Game: Down year for piping plovers
CONCORD -- It was a difficult summer for the state-endangered and federally threatened piping plovers on Hampton and Seabrook beaches, according to the N.H. Fish and Game Department.
Date: Sep 08, 2017

Affluent seacoast town sets $1,000 bounty on dog poo
Dog owners who fail to pick up after their pets in Rye now face fines of up to $1,000 as part of the town's ongoing effort to find out what is polluting the impaired Parsons Creek and to protect nearby beaches.
Date: Sep 04, 2017

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