Birds of Distant Hill

“The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.”  Willie Nelson

Birds - Set 1

Organic Alarm Clock
Life is Good
Looking for a Home
Pipe Dream
My Friend Flicker
Protecting Her Young
Wood Duck Watercolor
Woody White Eye
Bright Eyed
A Rare Bird
Hide-and-Seek
Just Resting
A Two-tone Paint Job
Free at Last
Seeing Eye To Eye
Garden Party
A Young Male Common Redpole
A Fiery Red Head - A Female Common Redpole
Head Over Heals
Feathered Friend
Beer, Beer, Beer
Brighten Up Your Day
Birds of a Feather...
Not on the Easter Menu
Male Hairy Woodpecker
Hidden Spring Color
Uncommon at the Feeder
Northern Yellow-shafted Flicker
Acrobatic Oriole
An Immature Female Baltimore Oriole

Birds - Set 2

Birds - Set 3

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Birds of New Hampshire

Of the 500 species of vertebrate animals who call New Hampshire home for at least part of the year, 300 or those are birds.


Here is a list of all the vertebrate animals found in New Hampshire.