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Ranger Rick gives a "high five" to Mike Bartlett, President, New Hampshire Audubon as NWF's Regional Representative Don Hooper, and NWF Board of Director, Paul Beaudette look on.

Taking My Son To Work Day: Ranger Rick Loves the Granite State

7/31/2012 // By Curtis Fisher

I cherish the days, when I invite my nine year old son to work (soon to be 10 years old — can you believe it?). Often I am sitting at a desk responding to emails, talking on the phone and …

Cleanup crews are still working to repair the damage caused by Enbridge's 2010 spill in Michigan (photo: Mic Stolz)

Speak Up Now! Help Stop Big Oil’s Tar Sands Agenda for New England

4/11/2012 // By Peter LaFontaine

Tar sands—a dirty, sludgey oil being produced in Canada—may be oozing into the Northeast soon if Big Oil has its way. You might recognize this dirty product from the heated debate around the “Keystone XL” pipeline, which has received national …

An iceless lake in Bare Brook State Park

Guest Post: A Bare Bear Brook Park

2/28/2012 // By NWF

Eric Orff is a wildlife biologist. He retired from New Hampshire Fish and Game in 2007 after a 31 year career as a biologist. He currently is a consultant to the National Wildlife Federation and is the Merrimack County Fish …

Weekly News Roundup – January 6, 2012

1/6/2012 // By Aislinn Maestas

Happy New Year everyone! For this week’s roundup, I want to highlight some of the amazing press coverage National Wildlife Federation has received over the past two weeks. I’ll be back with the regular format next week. Enjoy! Jan 6: …

Insomniac Bears

4/30/2009 // By Julia Marden

Last week I met a wildlife biologist from New Hampshire. Each year he sees animals that can’t adapt to the rising temperatures– grizzly bears that won’t hibernate and snowshoe hares whose fur won’t turn white. He came to DC to …

Unscripted New Hampshire

1/10/2008 // By Josh Nelson

This fall and winter I was lucky enough to be a small part of an increasingly sizable contingent of conservationists who have tried to elevate global warming to Tier One status in the Presidential race. Seldom did we come away …

Just a Few More Hours…

1/8/2008 // By Catherine Bowes

…and the polls will close in New Hampshire. Eric Orff and I spent the day on Elm Street in Manchester, holding global warming signs and talking to media, campaign supporters, and tons of people who are just here to take …

What a Day – New Hampshire Primaries

1/7/2008 // By Catherine Bowes

Let the games continue… It is getting increasingly interesting to see just what the candidates will do to secure every last vote. I just left a very energetic crowd at the Elks Lodge in Dover, where John Edwards spoke for …

One More Day – New Hampshire Primaries

1/7/2008 // By Catherine Bowes

The candidates have one more day to win over New Hampshire voters, and they are surely giving it all they’ve got! I just left a crowded Hillary rally in Dover, where about 500 people filled a community center (apparently over …

The Excitement is Palpable in New Hampshire

1/7/2008 // By Josh Nelson

I crossed into New Hampshire today from Massachusetts on a rag-tag meandering secondary road.  I knew immediately exactly when I’d hit pay dirt.  I was jolted at the otherwise unannounced border by an assault, a visual barrage of Hillary, Mitt, …

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