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Spruce Hole Bog

Spruce Hole Bog
Spruce Hole Bog

Spruce Hole Bog, a true, kettle hole bog, is the last known to exist in southern New Hampshire. It illustrates characteristics of a typical sphagnum-heath bog, localized in a specialized geologic setting.

Location: Strafford County, NH

Year designated: 1972

Acres: 7

Ownership: Municipal

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Last Updated: June 28, 2012