Wildlife of the Great Bay!
Send your photos of wildlife spotted on the Bay and we’ll post them for the world to see!
This Osprey nest was spotted by arborist Ed Roy.
Immature Bald Eagle
This immature bald eagle was spotted near the corner of Orchard Hill Road and Dearborn Road on Saturday, April 1, 2017. Photo taken and submitted by Kathy Fisher.
The American Black Duck
While this photo was not taken on Great Bay, the American Black Duck does frequent the area.
Michael Furtman, the photographer, has such amazing photos of this rare bird we had to share for inspiration.
We are hoping YOU can get a local image of this rare species and send it our way!
While Scout isn’t considered a wild sighting
the critter that is inside that tree, likely a
chipmunk, is! Taken by the Winnicut River in fall.
American Black Duck
Another incredible photo from one of the
best wildlife photographers, Michael Furtman.
Wooly Gingerbread Monster
While we are not entirely sure which species this represents,
it was spotted at the Great Bay 5K, our annual road race
fundraiser that helps to support the operations of the Great Bay Stewards.
While we are not entirely sure which species of canine this may be,
it is believed to be a wild coyote spotted near the Bay by David Mueller.
It’s a big pup!
This deer was captured in the Great Bay
Reserve by Newington NH resident David Mueller.