Concord - New Hampshire Audubon's Board of Trustees seeks nominations for two awards that will be presented at its annual membership meeting.
The nominations deadline is April 1. The Tudor Richards Award is presented to a person who best exemplifies Tudor's love and knowledge of the outdoors and who has worked tirelessly and effectively on behalf of conservation in New Hampshire.
The Goodhue-Elkins Award is presented to a person who has made an outstanding contribution to the study of New Hampshire birds. The award is named for Charles Goodhue, one of the state's pioneer birders, and Kimball Elkins, a "model of critical observation and insightful record-keeping."
Both awards are merit-based, and affiliation with New Hampshire Audubon is not a requirement.
A list of past recipients and nomination forms are available at www.nhaudubon.org/about/annual-awards or from Rebecca Suomala at 224-9909 ext. 309 or email@example.com. A mailing address should be included in the email.