New Hampshire Nature Notes
by Eric Orff
It's Fall Hunting Time in New Hampshire (VIDEO)
September 1st leads New Hampshire's fall hunting seasons with the opening of the Black Bear Season and the Resident Canada Goose Season on that day. Folks will be seeing hunters parking in all the usual spots in your town. Nearly all public lands such as the National Forest, State Parks and Forests and Fish and Game Wildlife Management areas as well as most town conservation lands and the larger tracks of private lands are open to hunting all fall long.. More hunters will be visible on the opening of the State's Archery, or Bow Hunting Season on September 15th. Most of the goose and deer hunters will be wearing camouflage clothing. No, the US Army is not doing maneuvers in your town. It's our conservationist hunters. These are your friends and neighbors taking to the New Hampshire woods.
The Summer Doldrums are soon coming to an end in New Hampshire with wildlife soon to be migrating.(VIDEO)
New Hampshire First Moose Hunt in 1988 (VIDEO)