Thousands Of Hummingbirds Are Headed Straight For New Hampshire This Fall

It’s not hard to spot wildlife in New Hampshire. From moose to birds to everything in between, if you love wildlife the Granite State is a great place to be. In fact, most of the time it takes minimal effort to spot something truly special. But, one animal is a bit harder to see. Hummingbirds feel like a special treat and that’s why we look forward to the spring and fall migrations when spotting them is so much easier. And we’re smack in the middle of their fall migration!

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You can learn more about hummingbird migration patterns by checking out Hummingbird Central. And you can track the migration by day (and even report your own sightings) by clicking here.

Now that we’re talking about fall are you looking to spend some more time outside before the winter arrives? We’ve got just the thing! Here are 7 campgrounds in New Hampshire that are picture perfect for camper and RV trips.

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