, Derry, New Hampshire


October 25, 2012


Wildlife calendars make the perfect holiday gift

CONCORD _ The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has launched its all-new 2013 New Hampshire Fish & Wildlife Calendar, showcasing professional photography depicting a wide range of New Hampshire’s fascinating wildlife.

If you enjoy New Hampshire’s great outdoors, this is the calendar for you.

Outdoor enthusiasts will also appreciate the calendar’s handy hunting, fishing and Off-Highway Recreational Vehicle season dates, from free fishing day to the youth deer hunt weekend.

This year’s calendar also highlights opportunities for “citizen scientists” to participate in science-based management across the state.

By buying a calendar, you will be helping support N.H. Fish and Game’s work managing New Hampshire’s natural resources.

Calendars are available for $9.95 apiece at (shipping is free for one to five calendars), or purchase in person at the N.H. Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive in Concord, Monday through Friday from 8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

The calendar is a handsome New Hampshire-made product that will bring a touch of the outdoors into your home or office, or a great gift for the outdoors person or nature lover on your list.

Wholesale pricing is available for retailers who want to sell the 2013 N.H. Fish & Wildlife calendar. Download a wholesale order form at

‘Hunt for the Hungry’

has started up

CONCORD | New Hampshire hunters can share their fall harvest with the needy through the “Hunt for the Hungry” program at the New Hampshire Food Bank.

Once again this fall, the food bank is collecting donations of whole or processed game animals for distribution to more than 400 food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters and group homes statewide.

Last year, the Hunt for the Hungry program took in 2,000 pounds of donated deer, bear, moose and other game meat for distribution to the needy.

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