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November 15, 2013

White-tailed Deer, 1941 Elk Hunt, Day in the Life of a CO – All in NH Wildlife Journal

White-tailed deer by Charles H. Willey, cover of NH Wildlife Journal
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CONCORD, N.H. – This time of year, bucks have just one thing on their mind – find a doe!  Learn more about whitetail life, and the status of New Hampshire's deer herd, in a article by Fish and Game Deer Biologist Dan Bergeron. It's the cover story in the November/December 2013 issue of NH Wildlife Journal.

Also in this issue, enjoy the remarkable true story of the great New Hampshire elk hunt of 1941 – our state's only public elk hunt. And ride along with Conservation Officer Bill Boudreau on a day during deer hunting season for a slice of "life on the road" with Fish and Game Law Enforcement.

Naturalist's Notebook features that friendly bird at your feeder, the black-capped chickadee. Another regular column explains why people should not feed deer. As always, the issue includes the popular favorite Warden's Watch, with a new batch of stories told by Fish and Game Conservation Officers.

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