Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has some great gift ideas for hunters, anglers and wildlife enthusiasts, including an exclusive new line of stylish T-shirts developed in partnership with Kittery Trading Post, featuring Fish and Game logo, striped bass and moose designs. Go to and click on “shop,” or find them in the store at KTP.

Many more gifts for the outdoor person can be picked up at N.H. Fish and Game headquarters. Visit us at 11 Hazen Drive in Concord (open 8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. weekdays), or by using the mail-order form at Popular items include:

Gift certificates for 2012 fishing or hunting licenses – a full year of outdoor adventure – redeemable at any license agent. Our most popular gift! Order gift certificates by mail at or call 603-271-3422. Gift certificates are available now; 2012 license sales begin December 15.

2012 N.H. Fish & Wildlife Calendar – $9.95. Handsome wall calendar with professional wildlife photography, season dates for outdoor recreation and wildlife watching tips. Also available by mail at (shipping is free for 1-5 calendars).

Gift subscription to New Hampshire Wildlife Journal – Fish and Game’s bi-monthly full-color magazine explores New Hampshire’s wildlife and outdoor recreation. $12 for one year (six issues) or $20 for two years. Order today at

“The Best of Wardens Watch” – Everyone loves this entertaining collection of real-life stories by N.H. Fish and Game Conservation Officers, illustrated by cartoonist Will Staats. $9.95.

Caps, T-shirts and more – Fish and Game headquarters is your go-to place to purchase official Department logo ball caps in camo, hunter orange or fish motif. We also have the popular Fish and Game T-shirts with moose or fish designs, colorful T-shirts for kids, wildlife artwork and heavy-duty ceramic mugs that are perfect for home or campfire.

So go WILD with your holiday shopping this year, and show your support for conserving New Hampshire’s wildlife and habitats. Each purchase helps Fish and Game manage the state’s natural resources, held in the public trust for all of us – and future generations – to enjoy.

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