---- — The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has gifts galore for hunters, anglers and wildlife watchers. Stop by Fish and Game headquarters, 11 Hazen Drive in Concord (open from 8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. weekdays), or use the mail-order form at wildnh.com/Shop/shop.htm.
Gift certificates for 2013 fishing or hunting licenses are the most popular outdoor gift, good for a full year of outdoor adventure. This coupon is redeemable at any license agent. Order gift certificates by mail at wildnh.com/Shop/order_form_gift_cert.htm or call 271-3422. Gift certificates are available now; 2013 license sales began Dec. 17.
The exclusive line of N.H. Fish and Game logo shirts was developed in partnership with Kittery Trading Post. Order online at wildnh.com/Shop/shop.htm or find them in the store at KTP.
Gift subscription to New Hampshire Wildlife Journal, Fish and Game’s bi-monthly full-color magazine, explores New Hampshire’s wildlife and outdoor recreation. A subscription is $12 for one year (six issues) or $20 for two years. Order at wildnh.com/Shop/order_form_WJmag.htm.
The 2013 N.H. Fish & Wildlife Calendar costs $9.95. This is a New Hampshire-made wall calendar with professional wildlife photography, hunting and fishing season dates, and wildlife watching tips. It’s available at wildnh.com/Shop/calendar.html.
Heavy-duty ceramic mugs in speckled glaze are perfect for home or around the campfire. Get one with a laser-etched moose in black, or Fish and Game logo in green for $12. A close-out special has a moose or bear motif with gold accents for just $2 each, while supplies last.
Caps, clothing, books and more are available from Fish and Game headquarters. Purchase popular camo caps with Fish and Game logo, turtle motif ball caps, T-shirts with moose or fish designs, wildlife artwork, and colorful T--shirts for kids. You’ll also find a selection of reference books for the informed outdoor enthusiast.
“The Best of Wardens Watch” is an entertaining collection of real-life stories by N.H. Fish and Game Conservation Officers, illustrated by cartoonist Will Staats, for $9.95.
Each purchase helps Fish and Game manage the state’s natural resources.