NH Snakes and Turtles, Oh My!

In this episode of Radio Diner: from an idyllic childhood catching turtles and snakes to working at Fish and Game, wildlife biologist Mike Marchand knows a lot about reptiles. There are many relying on habitats that are becoming scarcer each year. And, there is danger on the road for turtles. Find out how you can help ensure a viable future for two troubled N.H. reptiles — Blandings turtles and Black Racer snakes. Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by 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 – we hope you make time to take someone with you to enjoy New Hampshire’s great outdoors! 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! Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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Radio Diner – Geese

In this episode of Radio Diner, meet waterfowl biologist Ed Robinson and learn about Canada Geese from A –Z. Ed describes how the geese are banded during the summer and why that banding makes a difference in the well-being of goose populations from Canada to New Hampshire to Long Island Sound. How do you tell a resident goose from a non-resident? Ed knows and he’ll tell you how. Also in this podcast, get the inside information on little known Granite State destinations for your next outdoor adventure with Jon Charpentier. Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave a Comment” box at the bottom of the page. Let me know what’s on your mind. This is a beautiful time of year – we hope you make time to take someone with you to enjoy New Hampshire’s great outdoors! 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! Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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July 2011 Radio Diner

 

In this 22-minute rebroadcast of Radio Diner, learn what we are doing to keep common species common with John Kanter, the nongame and endangered wildlife coordinator at Fish and Game. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, Rob Calvert joins us to chat about New Hampshire’s black bears – where are they? How do we make sure they stay wild, and stay out of our back yards? Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave a Comment” box at the bottom of the page. Let me know what’s on your mind. This is a beautiful time of year – we hope you make time to take someone with you to enjoy New Hampshire’s great outdoors! 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!Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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May 2011 Radio Diner

 

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 27-minute podcast, we learn more about black bass – that is, smallmouth and largemouth bass – in New Hampshire. Gabe Gries, fisheries biologist from our Keene office, tells us what the male bass do during the spawn and the role management plays in sustaining healthy populations of fish for today and tomorrow. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, wildlife educator Judy Silverberg shares information on the 2011 re-opening of Barry Conservation Camp. It’s a great story of volunteers working together to ensure that kids will always have a chance to learn about wild New Hampshire, hunting and fishing. Don’t forget, you can comment on this podcast by clicking on the headline above and using the “Leave a Comment” box at the bottom of the page. Let me know what’s on your mind. This is a beautiful time of year – we hope you make time to take someone with you to enjoy New Hampshire’s great outdoors! 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!Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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March 2011 Radio Diner

Welcome to Fish and Game Radio Diner! In this 23 minute behind-the-scenes look at your wildlife agency, we learn more about bats and white-nose syndrome in New Hampshire. Emily Brunkhurst, wildlife biologist, tells us what it’s like to enter a winter hibernaculum (bat cave) to check on the health of the 5 species of bats that hibernate here or in nearby states. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, wildlife educator Marilyn Wyzga shares information on Project Home and the impact it can make in the lives of children and communities. 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 – we hope you make time to take someone with you to enjoy New Hampshire’s great outdoors! 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! Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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January 2011 Radio Diner

 

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 25 minute podcast, we learn about winter birding and several approaches — new and old — for bird identification with Dr. Judy Silverberg, wildlife educator here at Fish and Game. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Later in the show, Scott Decker, fisheries program supervisor, shares information on the new 2011 fishing regulations and why and how the rules change. 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 – get on the ice, take a walk in the woods or hop on your snowmobile and enjoy New Hampshire’s great outdoors! 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! Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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December Radio Diner

Welcome to Fish and Game Radio Diner, a behind-the-scenes look at your wildlife agency (click on “play” arrow below). In this 24-minute podcast, Doug Grout, Marine Division Chief, shares information on the new NH saltwater license required in 2011. Later we learn how about Fish and Game’s official nonprofit partner – the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire – with Steve White, the new Chair. We talk about the Foundation’s mission and the recent projects they have funded. Also, enjoy regular features on places to go and upcoming events for the outdoor enthusiast. Let me know what’s on your mind – use the “Leave a comment” box at the bottom of the page. This is a beautiful time of year – get on the ice, tune up your skis or hop on your snowmobile and enjoy New Hampshire’s great outdoors! 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 – Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/nhfishandgame

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