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Twin Mountain Fish and Wildlife Center exhibit planning, design and fabrication:
N.H. Fish & Game Construction Crew:
N.H. Fish & Game Design Team:
Special Thanks to the Twin Mountain Fish Hatchery Staff.
The following display says it all! There are many misguided uninformed "environmentalists" who are against logging. They want to stop all logging in the Great North Woods and elsewhere. This would cause all of the woods to become mature forests with nothing for most animals to eat. The lack of diversity of plant growth and types in the forests would cause the starvation of many of the animals they claim to want to protect.
Some of the trout in the display inside.
The catch! A good fishing trip... No they weren't fishing out of the display!
Some pelts from different animals.
The huge fish in this pond are well worth coming to see! Jim Glidden hard at work tending the fish.
A NH Fish and Game truck on the road with a small lot of fish.
One of the interesting signs outside.
A moose antler drop inside.
Pictures of a couple of deer skeletons in the woods.
Here are a few things the general public doesn't get a chance to see:
A deer embryo in a jar:
Minnows in a tank:
A mole in a jar:
Shrews in a jar:
One of the ponds after cleaning. The cross like things in the bottom are aereators to supply oxygen for the fish.
Some folks on a camping tour of the area. Notice it's a pretty tight squeeze getting in, and there are a lot longer trailer and tow vehical combinations. For some reason the NH Department of Transportation wants to make the entrance less than half the present size!
The route of the tour:
The Hatchery and display buildings with the caravans parking.
Parking by the ponds. The chain link fences and netting on top are to try to ptotect the fish from predators such as bears, otters and birds.
The large fish pond and trailers:
Some visitors entering the door to the display rooms.