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Solving Problems with Nature - Naturally

ERIC P. ORFF
Certified Wildlife Biologist
Wildlife Author - Wildlife Lecturer - Wildlife Photographer
Non-Lethal Control of Bats since 1983
nhfishandwildlif@aol.com

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New Hampshire Nature Notes by Eric Orff

Nature Notes for 2015

Dec 11 No snow in sight for NH read the note
Nov 13 A partridge out my window and bountiful wildlife to be seen. read the note
Oct 30 So much for the last frog of the year three weeks ago. read the note
Oct 20 Falling rain precipitating falling leaves. read the note
Sep 30 A very soggy, and thankfully so, Wednesday. read the note
Sep 18 Another 80 plus degree day read the note
May 05 Spring is bursting into summer all at once it seems. read the note
Apr 29 A warming Gulf of Maine Spells Trouble read the note
Apr 20 Marathon Is On for NH Frogs and Salamanders read the note
Apr 03 Slooowly we head into spring. read the note
Mar 27 Waiting for the cork to pop on spring. read the note
Mar 13 Kris Rines is awarded the National Wildlife Federation Women in Conservation Award read the note
Feb 23 Robins galore read the note
Jan 29 In the grips of winter, but a glimpse of spring. read the note
Jan 06 Looking Nice for Ice read the note
     

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