Wednesday, August 23, 2006

New Hampshire Nature Notes by Eric Orff

Eric Orff, a certified wildlife biologist for the NH Fish and Game Department, author, lecturer, and photographer has been blogging at "New Hampshire Nature Notes" for the past three years, about what New Hampshire's very own Mother Nature is up to. He has also been doing radio PSAs (public service announcements) about wildlife for the state of New Hampshire.

His weekly blog entries describe what is outside your window, with a naturalist's slant. He speaks honestly about the impact of human interaction on the world around us. There is a mix of joy and sadness in the facts that he shares, and the secrets of the animal kingdom are revealed.

From the fate of tiny brook floater mussels, to the current population of New Hampshire's moose, this blog is full of fun and fascinating information, and gorgeous photographs.

A great read for everyone.

The only negative is that this is a diary page on a regular web site (i.e. no automatic posting of reader comments). But I'm sure if you have a comment or question, use Eric's very handy email address at the top of the page, and he will accomodate you.


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