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The Nature of New Hampshire

The Nature of New Hampshire explores the Granite State’s stunning array of natural communities. In photos, drawings, and accessible text, this new book takes you on a tour of landscapes as varied as alpine meadows, tidal marshes, riverbanks, forests, ponds, dunes, and cliffs, from the White Mountains to the Seacoast. Written by then TNC staff Dan Sperduto and Ben Kimball, and with a forward by New Hampshire's state director Daryl Burtnett, readers will gain a new understanding and appreciation for the state's exceptional natural heritage.

Additionally the University of New Hampshire Press, The Nature Conservancy and New Hampshire Natural Heritage Bureau cordially invite you to join us for a reception to celebrate the publication of The Nature of New Hampshire:

Wednesday, May 18, 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Dimond Library, Milne Special Collections, room 101

University of New Hamphire
18 Library Way, Durham NH

NH Heritage will present a brief slideshow, and light refreshments will be served. RSVP to University Press of New England by May 13
603-448-1533, ext. 233

Directions and parking information for the event.

Order your copy today! Also, The Nature of New Hampshire is part of the University of New Hampshire's Cooperative Extension "Speaking for Wildlife" Series. In this dazzling presentation, you’ll see New Hampshire’s natural beauty through the lens of Natural Heritage Bureau ecologists and photographers Ben Kimball and Dan Sperduto. Featuring photos of rare and special plant communities and habitats throughout the state, you’ll learn new ways to look at the natural landscape and find out places to visit some of New Hampshire’s unique places.

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