Falcons and Trout and Archery, Oh My! Get 'Wild' At NH Fish and Game Festival
CONCORD (AP) — More than 60 exhibits are planned at the annual state Fish and Game Department's "WILD New Hampshire Day."
The festival is on Saturday, April 21, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the department's headquarters in Concord.
The event explores New Hampshire's wildlife resources and legacy of outdoor traditions. Participants can see big trout in a hatchery truck, meet trained falcons, and try archery, casting, fly-tying, and shooting at a rifle range.
Members of the cast of "North Woods Law: New Hampshire" will be on hand taking photos with fans and signing autographs.
Attendees also can meet many of their favorite Binnie Media radio personalities.
The following stations and on-air personalities will be at all or a portion of the event.
- 107.7 The Pulse and 107.3 WEMJ: Peter St. James and Pat Kelly of "Good Morning New Hampshire" will be broadcasting live from 10 a.m.-noon.
- 105.5 WJYY: JR
- 93.3 The Wolf: Brian Battle
- Frank 106.3: Nick Carpinelli and Doc
- 93.3 LNH: Nazzy and Tara