Ripe and ready

Pick-your-own blueberries and raspberries

After an unusually short season for strawberries at some local farms, pick-your-own blueberries and raspberries are back, now through July or into August, depending on the weather conditions and the status of the crops.

Samantha Fay of Sunnycrest Farm said too much precipitation late in the Continue reading “Ripe and ready”

Your backyard animal adventure

Hovering hummingbirds, colorful salamanders, the occasional porcupine and more neighborhood wildlife

Curious about the wildlife you’ve seen during your neighborhood hikes and backyard hangouts? Rebecca Suomala, a biologist for New Hampshire Audubon, and Lindsay Webb, wildlife educator for New Hampshire Fish and Game, shared fun facts about 22 birds, insects, Continue reading “Your backyard animal adventure”

Kiddie Pool 6/11/2020

Animal adventure

Sneak in a little learning during your walks through nature. The New Hampshire Fish and Game department have Wildlife of New Hampshire cards available on their website at wildlife.state.nh.us/nongame/cards.html. The two-page color pdfs are on subjects such as “Wildlife of Young Forests,” “Backyard Wildlife of New Hampshire” and Continue reading “Kiddie Pool 6/11/2020”

Kiddie Pool

Family fun for the weekend

Ocean celebration
The Seacoast Science Center (seacoastsciencecenter.org) is celebrating World Oceans Day (Monday, June 8) with programming that started June 1 and will run through Monday. Catch up on previous days’ presentations (including a Q&A scheduled with marine mammal rescue experts and environmental storytelling). Presentations Continue reading “Kiddie Pool”

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