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New Hampshire Nature Notes by Eric Orff

Nature Notes for 2009

Dec 31 It's ice fishing time in NH. And year end wrap up. read the note
Dec 18 Mother Nature tucked the Suncook River in for the winter under a white sheet of ice last night. read the note
Dec 10 Winter has arrived on the Suncook River in Epsom read the note
Dec 03 Where are my birds? And it is spring-like today. read the note
Nov 23 Awesome possum, slinky mink, prickly porky and more in store this week. read the note
Nov 12 Deer Camp 09 and DEER SEASON read the note
Oct 30 Subtle changes this week. read the note
Oct 23 Color and life seems to be draining from here right now. read the note
Oct 13 Fall flying by as the leaves are already raining down in the rain showers. read the note
Sep 29 The wonders of life around us. Lobstering today. read the note
Sep 23 The first day of fall. Colors galore! read the note
Sep 17 Falling into fall with falling temperatures. Still no frost. read the note
Sep 09 A once in a lifetime find of a baby spotted salamander and camp life is so sweet. read the note
Sep 02 Birds of a feather shed their feathers together. read the note
Aug 11 Obama Portsmouth town hall meeting crowd. Who are they? read the note
Aug 07 Summer at last. Enjoying the warm summer's eves. read the note
Jul 31 Will the garden produce this summer? If it smells like the sea.... read the note
Jul 23 Of gorgeous green grasshoppers, tiny tot toads and my little bug girl. The circle of life is forming. read the note
Jul 14 busy summer so much to do and so little of it left. read the note
Jul 08 The Monsoons have not let up yet. read the note
Jul 03 Rain, rain go away. And don't come back any day soon. read the note
Jun 23 Rain, rain go away rewinding back into spring read the note
Jun 11 Chilling out after a long dry spell. read the note
Jun 05 Bring on the frogs. Where are the frogs? Where have they gone? read the note
May 27 From a rocket launching to launching into summer. read the note
May 07 Sweet, sweet smells of my plume tree blossoming and toads trill away. read the note
Apr 27 Summer has arrived. The sweet smell of fresh tilled soil in the garden and giggling grand daughters in the dirt. read the note
Apr 17 Its just ducky here read the note
Apr 10 Sweet, sweet spring sounds, sights and smells and special moments. read the note
Apr 03 It's Raining frogs and toads and salamanders. read the note
Mar 26 NH the sleeping giant awakens. Life rains from the sky this week! read the note
Mar 16 The giant awakens! Spring has arrived!! read the note
Mar 06 Where oh where is spring? read the note
Feb 27 Downwind and dirty; living in the shadow of a coal fired power plant stack. read the note
Feb 26 Where's spring??? read the note
Feb 20 Old Sol is winning! read the note
Jan 30 Snow that confines is all about. read the note
Jan 15 Zeroing it out! Shivering chickadees. read the note
Jan 09 Global Warming Article: Why Iím Working On Global Warming read the note
Jan 08 Global Warming Article: Changing climate puts New Hampshire fish and wildlife at risk. read the note
Jan 07 Global Warming Article: New Hampshire River Herring On a Downhill Slide read the note
Jan 06 Global Warming Article: Are You a Bear or a Bobcat? Whatís Your Carbon Paw Print? read the note
Jan 05 Another two weeks and another full circle read the note

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