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Earlier this summer, I joined graduate school friend and beetle biologist, Kristian Omland, in search of the elusive cobblestone tiger beetle...

Is it just me or does it feel like we’re having more tornadoes in and around New Hampshire these days?I wouldn’t be surprised if we were. The...

Several years ago, I was awakened nearly every day of late spring by a recurring – and very loud – bird sound. I say “sound,” rather than “song...

When it comes to the weather, loons like things to be dull.“We had a really lousy year last year with a hot June, rainy July. We’re doing better...

It’s peak season for cyanobacteria blooms: the blue-green algae that sprouts in bodies of water, which can be harmful for humans and animals.As of...

The Outside Story: The many ways of cedar

7/17/22

Some things are so familiar, so common, that they are often overlooked. Such is the case with northern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis). Also known...

New Hampshire health officials are expecting to receive a limited number of doses of the monkeypox vaccine sometime next week.The federal...

It’s been around 20 years since the state last collected reliable data on the endangered northern harrier, a mid-sized raptor native to the state...

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