Thousands Of Singing Spring Peepers Are A Welcome Sound Of Normalcy Here In New Hampshire

The winter is on its way out in most parts of the state and little-by-little we know that spring is here. It might not be consistently warm yet and we might still be seeing a snow shower here and there, but the trees are sprouting buds and flowers are beginning to emerge from the soil. In short, warmer and happier days can’t be far away. As we look for the little things that prove spring is here, keep an eye out for the unmistakable song of these creatures.

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To learn more about spring peepers in New Hampshire check out the state’s wildlife website here. To enjoy more of the great outdoors remember that surges of us to 100 meteors an hour are lighting up the New Hampshire skies during the 2020 Lyrid meteor shower in April!

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