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Field Work

The NH Natural Heritage Bureau is currently deep into its field season, conducting ecological and botanical surveys for a wide variety of projects. Pictured here is a state-rare Cypripedium parviflorum (yellow lady's slipper) that is part of a population monitored during a field visit to a site in the North Country in late June, and a new colony of Conopholis americana (American cancerroot) discovered during a site visit in the Connecticut River valley in July.

Cypripedium parviflorum (photo by Ben Kimball for the NH Natural Heritage Bureau)  Conopholis americana (American cancerroot) (photo by Ben Kimball for the NH Natural Heritage Bureau)
(left) Yellow lady's slipper (Cypripedium parviflorum) in northern NH.
(right) American cancerroot (Conopholis americana) in the CT River valley.

Botanical survey at the base of a cliff system at Cape Horn State Forest (photo by Ben Kimball for the NH Natural Heritage Bureau)
Botanical survey at the base of a cliff system at Cape Horn State Forest.

(photos by Ben Kimball for the NH Natural Heritage Bureau)

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