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Biologists hope a multistate research program will help them determine if West Nile virus could be responsible for a decline in the population of...

About fifty years ago, a mated queen ant dropped to the forest floor on the Temple and Lyndeborough town line. She’d flown from a colony miles away...

If Laurel and Hardy invented a woodlands creature, they’d make something like the porcupine.Sure, porcupines have painful quills, but Laurel and...

Back in July 2010, the Monitor was doing a story about loon conservation on Lake Winnipesaukee when reporter Madeline Buckley asked Loon...

The devastating toll of ticks on New England’s moose herd has caused the region’s population to shrink, and experts worry it could get worse with...

With days growing shorter and hints of frost in the air at times, it’s time once again for New Hampshire’s leaves to start changing color and...

If you want more geek in your week, listen to David Brooks talk about his stories on the GraniteGeek podcast, at granitegeek.concordmonitor.com...

This year is proving to be a good one in New Hampshire, if a slightly puzzling one, for the most iconic of all butterfly species – and sorry...

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