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ERIC P. ORFF
Certified Wildlife Biologist
Wildlife Author - Wildlife Lecturer - Wildlife Photographer
Non-Lethal Control of Bats since 1983
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New Hampshire Nature Notes by Eric Orff

Tuesday 10/09/2007 Media Advisory - New Poll Challenges Myths about NH Sportsmen

State’s Sportsmen Speak Out on Global Warming.

Do conservative sportsmen/women in New Hampshire think global warming is real?

Do they think the nation’s energy policies are on the right or wrong track?

Find out what hunters and anglers think about global warming, and what they expect political leaders to do about it. The results will surprise you.

WHAT: Press Conference to Release New Hampshire Sportsman Poll

WHEN: Wednesday, October 10th, 10 a.m.

WHERE: Merrimack River, Sewalls Falls Access Site, Concord (directions below)

WHO: Bob Carpenter, Vice President, American Viewpoint, Inc.
Eric Orff, NH Outreach Consultant, National Wildlife Federation
Don McGinley, Longtime New Hampshire Sportsman

BACKGROUND:

A new National Wildlife Federation poll shows concern about global warming crosses political lines. The results reveal sportsmen don’t see it as an issue of left or right, but a matter of right or wrong.

Contacts:
Eric Orff, 603-731-0054 (cell), eorff@aol.com
Miles Grant, Communications Manager, National Wildlife Federation, 703-438-6023 (office), 703-864-9599 (cell), grantm@nwf.org

Directions to Sewalls Falls Access Site from downtown Concord:
Take 93N to Exit 16
Follow Rt. 132/Mountain Road north for 3 miles
Take a left on Sewalls Falls Road
Access Site is half a mile down on your left


   

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