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February 8, 2012

NH: Ice conditions unsafe on parts of Lake Winnipesaukee and other large lakes

CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire Fish and Game Department officials warn that this winter’s above-normal temperatures and high winds have affected ice formation, particularly on the large lakes. People are being strongly urged to use caution before venturing onto the ice, especially with the start of the Meredith Rotary Ice Fishing Derby (February 11-12) just […]

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NH: Glenn Normandeau confirmed for second term as Fish and Game executive director

CONCORD, N.H. — The New Hampshire Executive Council has confirmed Governor John H. Lynch’s nomination of Glenn Normandeau of Portsmouth, N.H., to serve a second four-year term as Executive Director of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. “I am a true believer in this Department and its future. We are passionate about managing our

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$17,000 and $8,500 rewards for info on last year’s bald eagle shootings in Tennessee

In February 2011, a mature bald eagle was shot and killed in Bledsoe County, Tennessee. A few weeks later, about 30 miles away, a second mature bald eagle was shot and killed in Cumberland County, Tennessee. The first person with info resulting in prosecution of the person(s) responsible will receive a $17,000 reward. For more

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White-nose syndrome turns up in 3 Kentucky caves

HARDINSBURG, Ky. (AP) – A disease that has killed millions of bats in eastern North America has been found in three central Kentucky caves. Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Resources says three common bat species tested positive for the fungus responsible for white-nose syndrome. The species are the Northern long-eared, tri-colored and little brown bats. The

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OK: Hunter helps researchers with banded quail harvest

Bernard Brown of Sand Springs harvested a quail Jan. 19 at the Cimarron Hills Wildlife Management Area in northwest Oklahoma that may have looked like any other when he shot at it on the flush. But when his German shorthaired pointer “Blade” retrieved the bird, it became clear that something was different. “I noticed immediately

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