Spring Fling! Videos Make It Easy to Fall in Love with NH Wildlife
New England offers an array of experiences to its residents and visitors.
Explore the awesome White Mountains, swim in the ocean or experience the lush forests.
We're not the only ones who enjoy New England's environment.
A wide variety of animals love it, too, and sometimes we get to see that these animals love New England just as much as we do.
If you do have the privilege of interacting with wild animals, be mindful of their space.
The Braintree Massachusetts Police reminded the public of this when they tweeted a video of a deer rescue.
Deer saved after being hit on highway....Our Animal Control appreciates the intentions of the motorist wanting to save the deer but cautions the hazards of transporting wild animals in vehicles. The deer was checked out and returned to the wild. pic.twitter.com/IriMnGanTf— Braintree Police (@BraintreePolice) May 10, 2018
We all know what happens if you don't listen to their advice.
If you haven't seen it already, this Moose video from Merrimack is taking the internet by storm.
Need to get a dose of baby animals? Check out this live camera of red fox kits at Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Holderness.
Be patient though, because it's a live camera, they're not always there.
Make way for ducklings!
This video from Londonderry shows the Londonderry Fire Department saving ducklings that fell in the sewer.
You don't get to see seals swim every day but thanks to the National Marine Life Center in Buzzards Bay, you can see seals the center is rehabilitating get better.
Who doesn't love bears? Especially a family of bears.