Wild November in NH

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Welcome to Fish and Game Radio Diner! Hope you check out this installment of a behind the scenes look at your wildlife agency. In this 21 minute podcast, we learn how about Buck Age Structure Management with Steve Weber, chief of the Wildlife Division here at Fish and Game. We talk about antler point restrictions and season structure – interesting stuff! Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, Kent Gustafson, Fish and Game’s biometrician and deer project leader, shares his deer hunting forecast. Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave A Reply” box at the bottom of the page. Let me know what’s on your mind. This is a beautiful time of year – I hope you get a chance to get outside and enjoy your favorite outdoor recreation. From your host, Judy Stokes, and the NH Fish and Game team – thanks for listening and send a link to this podcast to your friends and family! Check us out on Facebook — www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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Wild September in NH

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Welcome to Fish and Game Radio Diner! Hope you check out this installment of a behind the scenes look at your wildlife agency. In this 22 minute podcast, we learn how to dance – Woodcock style — with Julie Robinson, biologist here at Fish and Game. She’s a hoot – don’t miss it. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, Dr, Judy Silverberg, conservation education program supervisor talks about environmental literacy and what that means for education in New Hampshire. Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave A Reply” box at the bottom of the page. Let me know what’s on your mind. This is a beautiful time of year – I hope you get a chance to get outside and enjoy your favorite outdoor recreation. From your host, Judy Stokes, and the NH Fish and Game team – thanks for listening and send a link to this podcast to your friends and family! Check us out on Facebook — www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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Wild August in NH

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Welcome to Fish and Game Radio Diner, the behind-the-scenes look at your wildlife agency, NH Fish and Game. In this 31 minute podcast, John Magee, fisheries habitat biologist, talks about healing the Nash Stream after a serious dam blow out years ago. Get the inside scoop on what might happen as a result of this habitat restoration at this major public property in the Stark area. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, we learn how we can open doors to happier, healthier lives by getting outdoors with the timely suggestions from Marilyn Wyzga, the convener of the NH Children and Nature Coalition Check it out! Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave A Reply” box at the bottom of the page. Let me know what’s on your mind. I hope you get a chance to get outside and enjoy some paddling, fishing, hiking, camping or just taking a walk outdoors, New Hampshire style. From your host, Judy Stokes, and the NH Fish and Game team – thanks for listening and send a link to this podcast to your friends and family! New – find us on Facebook! at www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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Wild July in NH

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Welcome to Fish and Game Radio Diner, the behind-the-scenes look at your wildlife agency. In this 24 minute podcast, we learn why cutting trees is good for wildlife with Jim Oehler, state lands manager here at Fish and Game. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, Katie Callahan, GIS specialist, talks about how she uses a “digital sandwich” to support the work of biologists as they manage major projects. Did you know that you can access this data and mapping? Check it out! Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave A Reply” box at the bottom of the page. Let me know what’s on your mind. I hope you get a chance to get outside and enjoy some paddling, fishing, hiking, camping or just taking a walk outdoors, New Hampshire style. From your host, Judy Stokes, and the NH Fish and Game team – thanks for listening and send a link to this podcast to your friends and family! New – find us on Facebook! at www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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Wild June in NH

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In the rebroadcast of June 2009’s 27-minute podcast, learn about the many recreational saltwater fishing opportunities the short, but sweet New Hampshire coastline has to offer. We go behind the scenes to learn about the Marine Division’s role in managing fisheries in the ocean. Doug Grout has some helpful tips on saltwater fishing tackle and tactics. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, Mike Marchand, a wildlife biologist, joins me to talk about turtles. Did you know that you can help a turtle cross the road? It’s true – and Mike tells us some turtle secrets too! Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave A Reply” box at the bottom of the page. From your host, Judy Stokes, and the NH Fish and Game team – thanks for listening and spread the word! www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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Wild May In NH

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In this 23 minute podcast, we learn about “double-agent” fish and “poor man’s salmon” – that is, the American shad – with fisheries division conservation biologist Matt Carpenter. Find out what’s new in the Atlantic salmon restoration program and the future of fishing in the Merrimack. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, Mark Ellingwood – Fish and Game’s game programs supervisor – talks about encountering young moose and deer in the spring and the importance of keeping wildlife wild. Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave A Reply” box at the bottom of the page. Let me know what’s on your mind. I hope you get a chance to get outside and enjoy some fishing, New Hampshire style. From your host, Judy Stokes, and the NH Fish and Game team – thanks for listening and send a link to this podcast to your friends and family! And – Find us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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Wild April in NH

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In this 26 and a half minute podcast, we are talkin’ turkey with biologist Ted Walski, who explains the new N.H. turkey flock online survey. When are turkeys like a New York street gang? Listen and find out the answer. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, Rick Fink, chief of Lands and Facilities for Fish and Game, shares important information on how and where to get on the water in the Granite State. Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave A Reply” box at the bottom of the page. Let me know what’s on your mind. I hope you get a chance to get outside and enjoy some relaxation, New Hampshire style. From your host, Judy Stokes, and the NH Fish and Game team – thanks for listening and send a link to this podcast to your friends and family!

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Wild March in NH

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In this 25 minute podcast, learn more about why wildlife needs young forests. In our diner special this month, I chat with Charlie Bridges, habitat and diversity administrator, about woodcock, their special habitat needs, and some new programs that will benefit many local critters. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, Scott Decker, fisheries administrator, joins me to talk about the history and rationale behind New Hampshire’s fish stocking program. Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave A Reply” box at the bottom of the page. Let me know what’s on your mind. I hope you get a chance to get outside and enjoy some relaxation, New Hampshire style.. From your host, Judy Stokes, and the NH Fish and Game team – thanks for listening and spread the word!

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Wild February in NH

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In this 24 minute podcast, it’s the middle of winter and I saw a large white bird on the Merrimack River – what was that? Meet Julie Robinson, waterfowl biologist at Fish and Game who knows that answer and great deal more. Listen to what it’s like to fly over Great Bay and its tributaries counting waterfowl from a\ small airplane – it’s amazing! Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, Mary Goodyear, from the Conservation Education section of the Department joins me to talk about the Winter Severity Index and how New Hampshire schools are collecting data to help deer management programs. Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave A Reply” box at the bottom of the page. From your host, Judy Stokes, and the NH Fish and Game team – thanks for listening and spread the word!

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Wild January In NH 2010

Fishing, Moose, ice fishing, wildlife No Comments »

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In this 22 minute podcast, we are talking about learning how to make the most of the winter weather by learning to how to ice fish! In our diner special this month, I chat with Karina Walsh the Department’s Let’s Go Fishing Coordinator, about courses that are being held all over the Granite State. There is even a special Becoming an Outdoors-Woman course in February. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, Jason Smith, the hatcheries administrator, joins me to talk about the mysterious world of growing fish in our six hatcheries. It’s a little like farming and can be a great profession for young people looking for a career. Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave A Reply” box at the bottom of the page. Let me know what’s on your mind. I hope you get a chance to get outside and enjoy some ice fishing, snowshoeing or tracking. From your host, Judy Stokes, and the NH Fish and Game team – thanks for listening and spread the word!

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