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Lake Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge
Lake Umbagog NWR is best reached and explored by boat since the majority of it is surrounded by Lake Umbagog and the Magalloway River. It is located in the Great North Woods in northern New Hampshire and Maine, about 40 miles south of the U.S.-Canada border and about 30 miles north of Berlin, New Hampshire.
 Notable Species
Canada Goose, Wood Duck, American Black Duck, Mallard, Ring-necked Duck, Common Goldeneye, Hooded Merganser, Common Merganser, Spruce Grouse, Common Loon, American Bittern, Great Blue Heron, Osprey, Northern Harrier, Black-backed Woodpecker, Gray Jay, Boreal Chickadee
 Other Wildlife
 Site Information
The lake is more than 7 miles long and it spans over 7,000 acres, however, its average depth is only about 15 feet.
 History and Use
Lake Umbagog NWR was established in 1992 in order to protect wetlands, the wildlife that dwell there, and migratory birds.
 Areas of Interest
The Magalloway River Trail is a good place to see waterfowl and boreal birds, as well as moose.
 Access and Facilities
The Magalloway River Trail is handicapped accessible.
 Contact Details
P.O. Box 240 Route 16, North Errol, NH 03579
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