Mammals of Distant Hill

"The goal of life is living in agreement with nature." Zeno of Citium

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Mammals of New Hampshire

The list below is thanks to New Hampshire Fish and Game

Bat, Big Brown
Bat, Eastern Red
Bat, Hoary
Bat, Little Brown
Bat, Northern Long-eared
Bat, Silver-haired
**Bat, Small-footed
Bear, Black
Beaver
Bobcat
Chipmunk, Eastern
Cottontail, Eastern
**Cottontail, New England
Coyote
Deer, White-tailed
Dolphin, Common
Fisher
Fox, Gray
Fox, Red
Hare, Snowshoe
Lemming, Northern Bog
Lemming, Southern Bog
**Lynx, Canada
*Marten, American
Mink
Mole, Hairy-tailed
Mole, Star-nosed
Moose
Mouse, Deer
Mouse, House (i)
Mouse, Meadow Jumping
Mouse, White-footed
Mouse, Woodland Jumping
Muskrat
Opossum, Virginia
Otter, River
Pipistrelle, Eastern
Porcupine
Porpoise
Raccoon
Rat, Norway (i)
Seal, Harbor
Shrew, Long-tailed
Shrew, Masked
Shrew, Pygmy
Shrew, Short-tailed
Shrew, Smoky
Shrew, Water
Skunk, Striped
Squirrel, Gray
Squirrel, Northern Flying
Squirrel, Red
Squirrel, Southern Flying
Vole, Meadow
Vole, Rock
Vole, Southern Red-backed
Vole, Woodland
Weasel, Long-tailed
Weasel, Short-tailed (Ermine)
Whale, Humpback
Whale, Minke
Whale, Pilot
**Wolf, Gray (not yet in NH)
Woodchuck