Amphibians of Distant Hill

“There is a way that nature speaks ... Most of the time we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough to pay attention to the story.”  
 Linda Hogan

Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum)
Hold on Tight
Watch for Warts
American Toad
Little Pinkletink
Color Coordinated
Talk To Me
Wood Frog (Rana sylvatica)
Hidden In The Grass
Wood Frog (Rana sylvatica)
Spotted salamander (Ambystoma maculatum)
Male Bull Frog
Seeing Eye to Eye
Close Encounter
Eastern Red-spotted Newt
Northern Spring Peeper (Pseudacris crucifer crucifer)
X Marks The Spot
Baby Talk
Compost Condo
An Adult Eastern Red-spotted Newt
A Baby Eastern Milk Snake
A Young Eastern Milk Snake
Pickerel Frog in the Water Lilies
Northern Ring Neck Snake
Beautiful in Death
Staying Warm
A Tail to Tell
Camouflaged Wood Frog
Erythristic Morph of the Red Backed Salamander
Between a Rock and a Hard Place

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Frogs of New Hampshire

There are 10 species of frogs that are native to New Hampshire. Some of these species, such as the American toad and green frog, are common and widespread across the state. Other species, like Fowler’s toad, are rare and listed as a species of special concern.

Salamanders of New Hampshire

There are 12 species of salamanders that can be found in New Hampshire.  Some of these species such as the redback salamander are common and widespread across the state, while others like the marbled salamander are very rare and protected under state law.

List of New Hampshire Amphibians

The information above is thanks to wildlife.state.nh. (NH Fish and Game)