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Green Hills Bioblitz

Citizen science in action across the Green Hills.

Volunteers discuss technology in the field at the Green Hills Bioblitz in North Conway, NH.

Volunteers categorize moths caught using blacklight traps at night.

Volunteers hike up the rocky ridges of the Green Hills on their quest to categorize the preserve's biodiversity.

Volunteers from NH Fish & Game prepare to inventory fishes found in the Green Hills.

Volunteers collected all kinds of data on fish caught during the Bioblitz.

Volunteers study frogs and invertebrates found in Pudding Pond at the preserve.

Scientists use a corer to study soil and plant samples.

A volunteer uses a hand lens to study a tiny flower.

Sketches of plants and trees found in the Green Hills during the "Art of the Hills" blitz.

NH's LEAF interns pose with their art during the "Art in the Hills" blitz.

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