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PHOTOS: NH Audubon’s Enchanted Forest reopens

  • Dressed as Captain America, Indi Santana, 5, of New Market, listens to a skit by volunteers Beth McGuinn, of Canterbury, and Karen Shields, of Concord, during the New Hampshire Audubon’s Enchanted Forest on Saturday evening, October 26, 2013. The Enchanted Forest returned on Saturday after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    Dressed as Captain America, Indi Santana, 5, of New Market, listens to a skit by volunteers Beth McGuinn, of Canterbury, and Karen Shields, of Concord, during the New Hampshire Audubon’s Enchanted Forest on Saturday evening, October 26, 2013. The Enchanted Forest returned on Saturday after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • Marlene Friedrich, of Loudon, and animal care expert at the New Hampshire Audubon, played the role of a story-telling owl during the Enchanted Forest on Saturday night, October 26, 2013. The program started up again after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    Marlene Friedrich, of Loudon, and animal care expert at the New Hampshire Audubon, played the role of a story-telling owl during the Enchanted Forest on Saturday night, October 26, 2013. The program started up again after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • Laura Deming, of Salisbury, and biologist at the New Hampshire Audubon, lights jack-o-lanterns that lined the path of this year's Enchanted Forest on Saturday evening, October 26, 2013. The program started up again after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    Laura Deming, of Salisbury, and biologist at the New Hampshire Audubon, lights jack-o-lanterns that lined the path of this year's Enchanted Forest on Saturday evening, October 26, 2013. The program started up again after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • New Hampshire AudubonÕs Enchanted Forest started up again on Saturday evening, October 26, 2013, after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    New Hampshire AudubonÕs Enchanted Forest started up again on Saturday evening, October 26, 2013, after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • Dressed as Captain America, Indi Santana, 5, of New Market, listens to a skit by volunteers Beth McGuinn, of Canterbury, and Karen Shields, of Concord, during the New Hampshire Audubon’s Enchanted Forest on Saturday evening, October 26, 2013. The Enchanted Forest returned on Saturday after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)
  • Marlene Friedrich, of Loudon, and animal care expert at the New Hampshire Audubon, played the role of a story-telling owl during the Enchanted Forest on Saturday night, October 26, 2013. The program started up again after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)
  • Laura Deming, of Salisbury, and biologist at the New Hampshire Audubon, lights jack-o-lanterns that lined the path of this year's Enchanted Forest on Saturday evening, October 26, 2013. The program started up again after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)
  • New Hampshire AudubonÕs Enchanted Forest started up again on Saturday evening, October 26, 2013, after a hiatus since 2004 and offers an educational alternative to haunted houses and haunted forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff and the trail was lit by jack-o-lanterns.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

New Hampshire Audubon’s Enchanted Forest returned Saturday evening, October 26, 2013, after a hiatus since 2004, and offered an educational alternative to haunted houses and spooky forests. The forest had several stops where skits were performed by volunteers and Audubon staff, and the trail was lit by jack-o’-lanterns.

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