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New Hampshire National Wildlife Refuges Recreation Description. Marmot Daypack
Wildlife viewing, nature photography, hiking the Wapack Trail (a spur of the Appalachian Trail) and snowshoeing are enjoyed at the Wapack NWR. The John Hay NWR offers an opportunity to view migrations, enjoy nature photography and hike the short 1.8 mile Forest Ecology Trail to a historic estate. The Great Bay NWR has over 5,350 acres available for boating, hunting, fishing and hiking. Wooden platforms and boardwalks offer an excellent opportunity for bird-watching. This is a prime location for watching the migrating peregrine falcon. In addition, the American Bald Eagle and a concentration of American black ducks winter at the refuge. Each fall a white-tailed deer lottery hunt is sponsored. Bird-watching is the main recreation enjoyed at Lake Umbagog NWR. An interpretive center highlights the importance of the area's habitat and its role in protecting and maintaining waterfowl, mammals and more. Fishing and boating are available seasonally.
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