Little Cohas Marsh Waterfowl Management Area
Acquisition History: This property was donated to NH Fish and Game by Mr. and Mrs. John Herrin in 1986.
Description: Little Cohas Marsh WMA is a piece of a larger conglomeration of conserved lands, many purchased as mitigation, to protect Little Cohas Marsh in an otherwise heavily developed landscape. The WMA is about an equal mix of oak-pine upland and forested wetland.
Common Wildlife: The property is an oasis in a landscape otherwise devoid of productive wildlife habitat. It may support deer, skunk, possum, raccoon, fox, and coyote. It is probably most valuable for its potential as waterfowl nesting habitat.
Directions: From the center of Londonderry, head north on NH 128. Take a left onto Litchfield Rd and, in about 1/2-mile, a right onto Lane Way. At the end of the cul-de-sac, a right of way between 7 and 8 Lane Way, leads to the property.
DeLorme N.H. Atlas and Gazetteer coordinates: Page 22, D4
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