Go wild with NH Fish and Game





What fish is that? Warm water fish identification. Photo courtesy of NH Fish and Game.

 

On Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. head to Concord for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s always fun and exciting Discover WILD New Hampshire Day

New Hampshire residents are invited to celebrate NH Fish and Game’s 152nd anniversary with a day filled with crafts, games, and other hands-on activities, including archery, casting and fly-tying. Learn about what the state is doing to help conserve and preserve NH's beautiful outdoors and learn about existing wildlife researches. Plus, see live animal exhibits, big fish, trained falcons, and more. Kids can try their hand at archery, fly fishing and B-B gun shooting. New for this year is a tent entirely dedicated to hunting and fishing exhibitors.

Best of all? Admission and activities are free.

Location:
Fish and Game Department
11 Hazen Drive in Concord, N.H

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