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Bald Eagle on Highland Lake

Bald Eagle on Highland Lake

Become a Woods Ninja

Creeping silently through the forest to get close to wild animals is difficult. They usually hear you and are gone long before you can get close enough to snap a picture. So how do wildlife photographers get such great shots? You can learn at an upcoming workshop sponsored by The Little Nature Museum of Warner. […]

Andover Lions Club Annual Golf Classic

The tournament is a 4-person scramble format. Any number of players, up to foursomes, will be accepted. Please indicate the field of competition for your entry (i.e., Open Competition, Ladies Competition, or Senior Competition). On Monday, September 18, registration begins is from 9 AM through 9:45 AM with a shotgun start at 10 AM. The […]

Safe Boating Practices 2017

In July, The Beacon published the first of a three part series, about what residents and visitors can do to help preserve our lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams. In this issue, the focus is on lake friendly boating and recreation best practices while on the water. Q: I want to buy a new outboard motor, […]

FNRT Minutes, July 19, 2017

Board Attendees: Alex Bernhard, George Heaton, Myra Mayman, Peter Southworth, Nita Tomaszewski Guest: Prescott Towle (Epsom) Reports and Routine Business: The Minutes of the June meetings were approved without amendment. The Treasurer’s Report – submitted in advance by Steve Darling, who was not in attendance – was unanimously accepted. Much-appreciated grants from the Brown Foundation […]

New Hampshire Holds Loon Census

On July 15, from 8-9 AM, New Hampshire held its Loon Census. Volunteers observe and tally loons for one full hour and send their results/observations into the Loon Preservation Committee (LPC). This information is critical in keeping records for New Hampshire’s loon population as well as reporting osprey. This morning I reported seeing our two […]

Loon Update

Loon Update

July 1: I am happy to report that early this morning two loon chicks left their nest and were seen with parents just off the shore. When I arrived at 6:30 AM, the chicks were in a battle for dominance – pecking, butting chests, flapping wings and rolling over and under each other. Apparently, they […]

Annual Beef Barbeque and Chinese Auction on August 19

The Andover Fish and Game Club (AF&G) is holding its Annual Beef Barbecue and Chinese Auction on Saturday, August 19 from 5 to 6:30 PM at the Andover Elementary/Middle School. The Chinese Auction will follow the meal. Tickets for the Deer Pool and the Annual Gun Raffle can be purchased during the event. The gun […]

Learn About WWI at The Little Nature Museum

Most animals, insects and birds are naturally camouflaged to protect them from predators. Their coloring blends in with the scenery so well, it’s often difficult for us to see them. Visitors to The Little Nature Museum in Warner will learn about the many types of camouflage. In the early 1900’s, Abbott Thayer, a Dublin, New […]