NH Wildlife Journal magazine

New Hampshire Wildlife Journal is your best source for fishing, hunting, wildlife and conservation information in the state.  Every issue includes great wildlife photography, in-depth features and "how-to" articles -- plus Naturalist's Notebook, Warden's Watch and no advertising. It is published six times a year, and is available by subscription for $12 a year, $20 for two years or $2.95 an issue.

To subscribe or to purchase a gift subscription to N.H. Wildlife Journal, click here for a print-and-mail order form.

NH Wildlife Journal May/June 2014 - Blanding's Turtle
Largemouth bass by Doug Stamm

 

Click to download a sample story from the current issue:

  • Hot Weather Fishing - Fishing the "dog days" of summer can be liberating, laid-back and just plain fun.

Also in this issue - Loons- Protecting a NH Icon; Can our Salt Marshes Survive?; Green sea urchin, Warden's Watch, and more.

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  • Limited time offer! Order by August 22 and get the current issue absolutely free.

Or - Subscribe online through our partner, Kittery Trading Post (click here). All proceeds go to Fish and Game. (Free issue not available with online orders)

Sample articles (PDF format - click on article title to download):

Bashful Blanding's

Wildlife Rescue

Gift of the Bobcat

Whitetail Magic

The Soaring Red-tailed Hawk

Return of the River Herring

25 Years Conserving Nongame Wildlife

Bringing Back the New England Cottontail

Return of the Lynx?

Our Wildlife Legacy: 75 years ago, far-sighted conservationists created the programs that saved American fish and wildlife.

Horseshoe crabs

Kayak Fishing

Fishing for Everyone: Anglers of all abilities enjoy the water

NH's Natural Communities

Epic Ice-Fishing Quest!

Don't Let New Hampshire Go…Hog Wild: Voracious, destructive feral swine in NH?

Ghost Moose: Winter ticks take a rising toll on NH moose

Slithering to the Sargasso: Journey of the American Eel

Dragon Counting: A look at NH's dragonflies and damselflies

Giving Nature a Nudge: Thoughtful forestry creates places for wildlife to flourish.

Icing Up Some Brookies - Strategies for taking brook trout through the ice.

Stump Sitting vs. Tracking - Every hunter has a favorite strategy.

Ring-necked Pheasants

LOBSTAH!

Life in the Slow Lane: Turtles of NH

New Hampshire's Endangered Fish

Whitetail Winter Life

Family Camp in the Big Woods

On the Atlantic Flyway

Stripers

Wild Pollinators

A Peaceful Paddle

Owls of New Hampshire

Where the Wild Cat Roams

 

The Bear Necessities

Call of the Sea

Wild for Warmwater: Bass, pike, panfish and more

Fishing With Kids

Climate Change: Forecast for New Hampshire Wildlife

Autumn Turkeys 101

Plover Patrol

Winter Flounder Fishing

Enter the Peregrines' Vertical Realm

Snakes of New Hampshire

Leave No Child Inside

Connecticut River Birding Trail

Fishing Quest: 22 fishing destinations near I-93

Taming the Mighty Togue

Sustaining New Hampshire's Wildlife Legacy

Whitetails 101

Families Afield

Mysteries of Moose

Myth and Smoke -
Muzzleloading firearms

Mad for Molluscs

Fast and Furious - Mackerel Fishing

Turkey Music

Tale of the Trout

In Pursuit of Pike

Forestry and Fisheries

Wildlife Action Plan

Walking on Water - Ice fishing

Rite of Passage - Hawk migration

On a Moose Hunt

Singing the Blues -- NH’s other saltwater sportfish

Hitchhikers and Stowaways

Keeping it Wild

Wild in the City

Turkey Tales

The Trout of Dublin Lake

 

Alien Invasion

Tie Your Own Flies!

Mysterious Marten

What's Good for the Goose

Wildlife Management Areas

A Multitude of Moths

Bagging a Bushytail

Return of the Fish Hawk

Extraordinary Eelgrass

Call of the Loon

Bassin'

Backyards Gone Wild

Tracking the Bear

Rolling Out the White Carpet: Snowmobiling in N.H.

Wildcat Country

First waterfowl hunt

The Triumphant Re-Tern: Seabird Restoration at the Isles of Shoals

Karner Blue Butterflies (Naturalist's Notebook)

Freshwater fishing for beginners

Springtime... and the living is not easy

Ice Fishing: The Hottest Thing On Ice

Land Use Issues Explained

The taxidermist's art

New Hampshire's Native Fish

Bonding with Blanding's Turtle

Wildlife Artist Koji Yaoita

A Guide to Fishing Guides

Have a Crappie Time Ice Fishing

More Harm Than Good: Why not to feed the deer

Zebra Mussels: Invasive, Damaging and Costly

The Secret Lives of Bears

Wild Trout/Hatchery Trout: Can we have it both ways?

Sky High for New Hampshire's Moose

Mercury and New Hampshire's Fish

Blackflies and Mosquitoes

To subscribe or to purchase a gift subscription to N.H. Wildlife Journal, click here for a print-and-mail order form.


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