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In addition to the sale of imaging gear, Hunt's offers an extensive array of educational classes covering a broad range of subjects on photography and videography. Group classes as well as individual instruction are available at most Hunt's retail locations. To enhance your photo experience. Hunt's provides guided photo walks and excursions throughout the region.
Operated in partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, the Blue Hills Trailside Museum is the interpretive center for the state-owned Blue Hills Reservation and features a natural history museum and outdoor wildlife exhibits. The animals on display, including snowy owls and a river otter, have been rescued and would not survive in the wild.
Since 1981, NH Audubon conservation biologists and a legion of dedicated volunteers have worked tirelessly to advance Peregrine Falcon population recovery in New Hampshire. NH Audubon first became involved as organized releases of captive-bred falcons were ending and monitoring of wild-breeding pairs began. From a single cliff-nesting pair that fledged two chicks in Franconia Notch in 1981, to 19 breeding territories that produced a record-high 35 young in 2010, NH Audubon observers have been there for 30 years!
Canon U.S.A., Inc. is a leading provider of consumer, business-to-business, and industrial digital imaging solutions. Cannon's commitment and contribution to the environment and to the world community are an integral part of Canon's management structure, product design, manufacturing, & corporate culture. This commitment has inspired a variety of special corporate programs at both the global & regional level.
Since 2000, CCB biologists working with state and federal partners have moved more than 250 wild-reared falcons from the Coastal Plain to mountain hack sites. Young birds have been taken from bridges and other sites with a record of poor fledging success to be hacked. Hacking is a labor-intensive process where young raptors are fed in boxes until fledging age, released, then fed until the birds are capable of hunting on their own and disperse. This program has resulted in the establishment of several known breeding pairs in the Appalachians.
Talkin' Birds is a live and interactive radio show about wild birds and the beauty of nature—attracting birds to your backyard, feeding them, and learning more about them. We feature expert guests and contests for prizes like bird feeders and other bird-related items each week. Our mission is to encourage appreciation of our natural world and to promote the preservation and protection of our environment.
“It was an intensely interesting experience, this observation of crows returning to the overnight roost.”
“The flight lanes may radiate from the winter roost in all directions: crows use the same flight lanes and feeding area day after day.”
“The subject of winter crows and crow roosts should be one of prime importance…”