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Neal Mill Road, Newmarket

Birding in New Hampshire

Neal Mill Road
Newmarket, New Hampshire 03857

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Rockingham County
Newmarket

Neal Mill Road, Newmarket
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Tips for birding Neal Mill Road
Location: From the intersection of NH-108 and NH-152 in downtown Newmarket, go west for .8 mile on 152. Turn left on Grant Road and go about 2.0 miles to Neal Mill Road. Turn left and go to the end of the road. Park along the road just before the house at the end.

Birds of Interest
Spring/summer/fall birding. Forest birds such as Ovenbird, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Veery, Hermit Thrush, Red-eyed Vireo, Tufted Titmouse, Scarlet Tanager, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Hairy Woodpecker. Bobolinks in the field along the road. Along the paved portion of the road before the parking area, look for other species around the farm buildings.

About Neal Mill Road
The town of Newmarket owns a conservation easement over this land. No trespassing signs from the previous owner are no longer enforced. Neal Mill Road is abandoned after the last house and winds through the woods, along a field, past a small clearing on the right with a small marsh, and eventually, comes to a subdivision. Just a short distance from the beginning, a branch trail goes off to the left to a bridge over the Piscassic River.