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Wapack National Wildlife Refuge was New Hampshire's first refuge and was established through a donation in 1972. The 1,672-acre (677 ha) refuge is located about 20 miles (32 km) west of Nashua, New Hampshire and encompasses the 2,278-foot (694 m) North Pack Monadnock Mountain. The refuge is a popular hawk migration area and provides nesting habitat for numerous migratory songbirds such as the American tree sparrow, Swainson's thrush, magnolia warbler, crossbills, pine grosbeaks and white-throated sparrow. The refuge also supports a wide variety of upland wildlife including deer, bear, coyote, fisher, fox, mink and weasel. A 3-mile (5 km) segment of the 21-mile (34 km) Wapack Trail passes through the refuge and rewards hikers with a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains. The refuge lies in the towns of Greenfield, Lyndeborough, and Temple, and is administered by the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge in Newburyport, Massachusetts. Contents 1 Birds 2 Mammals 3 Reptiles and amphibians 4 Invertebrates 5 Habitats 6 References Birds Birds observed on the refuge during a 2002 breeding season survey: Ovenbird Hermit thrush Red-eyed vireo Canada warbler Blackpoll warbler Bay-breasted warbler Black-throated blue warbler Black-throated green warbler Blackburnian warbler Golden-crowned kinglet Scarlet tanager Rose-breasted grosbeak Yellow-bellied sapsucker Red-tailed hawk Sharp-shinned hawk Peregrine falcon Ruffed grouse Mammals The refuge provides habitat for many mammal species, some of which include: Red squirrel Gray squirrel White-footed mouse Deer mouse Woodland vole Porcupine Eastern chipmunk White-tailed deer Moose Snowshoe hare Bobcat Gray fox Red fox Coyote Black bear Reptiles and amphibians Some amphibian species on the refuge: Red-backed salamander Red spotted salamander Red-spotted newt American toad Spring peeper Pickerel frog Bullfrog Leopard frog Painted turtle Wood turtle Milk snake Garter snake Ribbon snake Invertebrates The insect diversity on the refuge provides an integral food source to many bird species. No invertebrate survey has ever been done on the refuge so we cannot list exact species names, however some insect species visitors may encounter while on the refuge include: Butterflies Dragonflies Beetles Wasps Ants Habitats Habitat types on the refuge: Northern hardwood-conifer Hemlock-hardwood pine Spruce-fir Old field Scrub-shrub Talus slopes Rock ledges References Refuge profile  This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. Coordinates: 42°53′00″N 71°51′58″W / 42.8833333°N 71.86611°W / 42.8833333; -71.86611 v · d · eProtected Areas of New Hampshire Federal National Historic Site Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site National Forests White Mountain National Forest National Trails Appalachian Trail National Wildlife Refuges Great Bay • John Hay • Silvio O. 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