Visitors Guides to wildlife Areas Available from NH Natural Heritage Bureau
The N.H. Natural Heritage Bureau has published four new guides in its
ongoing Visiting New Hampshire’s Biodiversity series, in response to the many
calls received from people asking where they can see good examples of such
special natural features in New Hampshire including the state’s old forests,
remarkable wetlands and rare or unusual plants and natural communities.

These interpretive trail brochures are designed to help the public experience
some of the state’s best examples of exemplary natural communities and systems.
Sites  are chosen to reflect a broad diversity of the state’s geography and ecology
(and landowners).

New sites include: marshes at Bellamy River Wildlife Sanctuary in
Dover; the kettle hole bog system at Ponemah Bog in Amherst; the salt marsh at
the Sandy Point Discovery Center in Stratham; and the kettle hole bog system at
Philbrick-Cricenti Bog in New London. The guides can be downloaded, free,
from the
Bureau’s web site.

The site also offers a statewide map and a list of guides that are being developed.
In 2006, the bureau plans to add guides for sites in the North Country, the Lakes
Region, and the Connecticut River Valley. The new guides will be posted on the  
web site as they are completed.
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