A guide for the leaders that focuses on 4-H fitting and showmanship for cavies.
Pictures showing the two beetles.
New England’s only native cottontail rabbit species is in peril. Over the past few decades, the New England cottontail has seen significant declines throughout its range, and the ongoing trend of habitat loss will further threaten the species in coming years. Fortunately, private landowners are in a position to make a significant contribution to the restoration of the species.
Trees and shrubs that work well in New Hampshire landscaping.
Coos County 4-H Newsletter, April 2013
Coos County NH 4-H Newsletter, February, 2013
Coos County, NH, 4-H Newsletter, January 2013
Coos County NH 4-H Newsletter, March 2013
Beef Curriculum Committee Meeting Minutes- February 2, 2013
Issue covers: Important Bird Areas, Forest Land Enhancement Program (FLEP), Trained Volunteers Conduct Grassland Bird Surveys, Goshawk Nesting Habitat in the White Mountains, Piping Plovers and Terns in NH, Citizen-science in Bird Monitoring and Research, Birding: A Personal View, Personal Notes on Breeding Bird Surveys, Managing for Birds, Nature Trails Become Tourism Focus, Conservation Planning for New Hampshire’s Wildlife.