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ERIC P. ORFF
Certified Wildlife Biologist
Wildlife Author - Wildlife Lecturer - Wildlife Photographer
Non-Lethal Control of Bats since 1983
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New Hampshire Nature Notes by Eric Orff

Wednesday 10/09/2019 New Hampshire wildlife slip, slipping away right now. (VIDEO)

New Hampshire's wildlife is slowly slipping away right now. Many birds, especially insect eating birds, are now gone. But mid October is when I usually see our robins slowly drifting south with each step or flight. Yes step. Have you ever watched them as they hop across on lawn. Then fly to the next. And then hop across that one. But always heading southward. Frogs, snakes, turtles and salamanders are all starting their winter slumber right now too.


   

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