Trail Camera Images

I ask people why they have deer heads on their walls. They always say because it's such a beautiful animal. There you go. I think my mother is attractive, but I have photographs of her.” Ellen DeGeneres

Visitors to Distant Hill

These are all images taken at Distant Hill with an infrared motion-detecting camera. It is amazing how much happens around us when we are sleeping.

Back For Dinner
The Start of a Busy Day on Distant Hill
A Busy Night on Distant Hill - Visitor #2
A Busy Night on Distant Hill - Visitor #3
Another "Wild Niight" on Distant Hill
Three's a Crowd
Bright Eyed...and Bushy Tailed
'A Thief In The Night'
Thanksgiving Dinner?
Out For A Midnight Stroll
The Buck Stopped Here
Fisher Cat (Martes pennanti)
Barred Owl ... A Night Time Visitor
Wile E. Coyote
Winter Visitor
Wildlife in the Compost - 1:38 AM - November 13, 2014
Wildlife in the Compost - 4:20 AM - November 13, 2014
Early Bird Special
Out of Hibernation
The Whistle Pig
Spring Cleaning
A Garden Pest

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Species of Wildlife Occurring in New Hampshire

Click Here for a list of the more than 500 species of vertebrate animals found in New Hampshire. This list would be much longer if a complete list of invertebrates (insects, crustaceans, clams and snails) were included.