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  • 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.
Green Hills Bioblitz
Citizen science in action across the Green Hills.

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