Beautiful Lake Sunapee Wildlife Photographs & Artwork
The Lake Sunapee Region is known for its exceptional variety of wildlife. Area residents are used to seeing bears, deer, moose, coyotes, turkeys, and foxes in back yards and along roads.
Our own backyard at the foot of Mount Sunapee is a crossroads of New Hampshire wildlife. The bears and coyotes come down from the mountain, and they seem to be directed towards our property by the road on one side and the brook on the other. We named our favorite visitor Baby Bear, who seems to be posing for the camera.
Learn more about the bears of New Hampshire and Vermont on the website of Ben Kilham.
Always respect the wildlife. Keep your distance when viewing and drive carefully along wooded roads, especially at night.
Rick “The Moose Man” Libbey travels by floatplane to remote regions of New England to photograph moose, bears, owls and loons.
Tom & Lindsay Holmes of Great Island Photography have been following a pair of loons and their two chicks on Lake Sunapee
David M. Carroll of Warner is one of the world’s premier wildlife artists and authors, specializing in turtles, frogs and other wetland dwellers.
Lennie Bartlett paints in oils on turkey feathers and also on eggs. Her subjects include deer, wolves, dogs and birds.
Caren Calafati paints landscapes and still life in watercolor, with the occasional wildlife subject like this loon painted using indigo ink.