A Journey through NH’s Landscapes and Audubon Sanctuaries
During September and October, the McLane Audubon Center will host a photography exhibit by Canterbury native Kathie Fife. She presents a series of panoramic images of protected landscapes with a focus on NH Audubon properties. Stunning photographs feature loons, rare plants, and native wildflowers.
Kathie Fife has spent her life exploring and observing the natural world. She earned a degree in Horticulture and Environmental Conservation with a minor in Wildlife Behavior from UNH. She has worked for a variety of environmentally focused non-profits and state and federal agencies.
Combining her love of photography with her commitment to environmental protection she launched an environmentally sustainable greeting card business. The cards are made in NH using 100% Recycled FSC Recycled Paper, manufactured using wind and water power, and are processed chlorine free. Kathie’s award winning images have been published in feature stories including New Hampshire Magazine, NH State Visitor’s Guide, The Weirs Times, The Nashua Telegraph, among many others.
As with all art exhibits at the McLane Center, a portion of sales goes to support NH Audubon’s mission.
Canvas Wrap Print Exhibit by Chris Kenney
August 23 through September 30
Massabesic Audubon Center
Massabesic Audubon Center in Auburn, NH will host an exhibit of canvas gallery wrap prints by photographer and MAC volunteer Chris Kenney. The nature-themed photos are New England scenes as well as North Carolina and Scotland.