New Hampshire State Mammal - White-Tailed Deer
New Hampshire State Mammal

White-Tailed Deer

The White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) holds the prestigious title of the official state mammal of New Hampshire. This iconic and graceful creature is a symbol of the state's diverse wildlife and natural beauty. With its distinctive white tail and reddish-brown coat, the White-tailed Deer is a common sight in New Hampshire's forests, meadows, and rural landscapes, embodying the state's commitment to preserving its rich natural heritage. As a symbol of the state, the White-tailed Deer represents the importance of wildlife conservation and the deep connection between New Hampshire's residents and their natural environment.

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