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- 08/06/16--23:44: Louisiana waterthrush spotted in White Mountains
- 08/15/16--17:09: PRD plans two end-of-summer trips
- 08/18/16--08:59: The best spots to see the fall colors change in New Hampshire
How can something so simple as sleeping with weighted blankets be a solution to stress, anxiety, insomnia and more? Messed up sleep can create a long list of secondary issues that can quickly become primary concerns if insomnia or other disturbances continue untreated. Lack of sleep, whether it's medically related or anxiety-driven, can throw off your normal functioning during the day.
A Louisiana waterthrush seen at Upper Kimball Pond in Chatham on July 30 was included in the New Hampshire Audubon's Rare Bird Alert for Aug. 1. It lives along the water's edge in the mid-Atlantic states and bobs its tail and enjoys aquatic and terrestrial insects. A sandhill crane has been seen somewhat regularly in a partially mowed hayfield along Route 127 in West Hopkinton since July 19 and was last reported on Aug. 1. A pair of sandhill cranes has returned to Monroe.
The Peterborough Recreation Department is running two trips for kids entering 3rd through 8th grade. Space is limited; register by going to www.peterboroughrec.com or stopping by the office at 64 Union Street.
New Hampshire's radiant foliage often peaks during the first two weeks of October, with the color change happening earlier in more northern and higher elevation areas and later in more southern and lower elevation areas. Book early, as New Hampshire's small inns and bed and breakfasts fill up with Bostonians looking to get out of dodge.