• The Little Studio and Saint-Gaudens' home

    Saint-Gaudens

    National Historic Site New Hampshire

Fish

Photo of a brook trout

Photograph of a brook trout

Inventories have documented the presence of twenty-one species of fish at Saint-Gaudens NHS. They are found in the Blow-Me-Down Pond, as well as the Blow-Me-Up and the Blow-Me-Down Brooks. Of the twenty-one species present only Rock Bass, Bluegill, and Spottail Shiner are introduced species. Creek Chub, Blacknose Dace, Longnose Dace, Northern Redbelly Dace, Tessellated Darter, Fallfish, Bluntnose Minnow, Slimy Sculpin, Common Shiner, and Golden Shiner are the native, nongame species within the park.

Did You Know?

Liberty ship, named the Augustus Saint-Gaudens

There was a WWII liberty ship named the Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Launched in March 1944, in Panama City, Florida, it was later used to ferry troops during D Day, June 6, 1944. It was sold to Italy in 1947 and renamed the Nazareno. The ship was scrapped in 1967.