Reptiles of Distant Hill
"In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous." Aristotle
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Snakes of New Hampshire
There are 11 species of snakes that are native to New Hampshire. Some of these species, such as the garter snake are common and widespread across the state. Other species like the timber rattlesnake are extremely rare and are now state protected.
Turtles of New Hampshire
There are 7 species of turtles that are considered native to New Hampshire. Box turtles are considered native to NH, although no populations (multiple individuals from one site) are known at this time. Some species, such as painted and snapping turtles, are relatively common and widespread across the state. Other species like the Blanding's turtles are becoming increasingly imperiled.
List of Reptiles of New Hampshire
Snake, Common Garter
Snake, Eastern Hognose
Snake, Eastern Ribbon
Snake, Northern Water
Snake, Smooth Green
Turtle, Common Musk (Stinkpot)
Turtle, Eastern Box
The information above is thanks to wildlife.state.nh. (NH Fish and Game)