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Handbook of Nature Study Newsletter – June 2014 Edition

HNS Newsletter June 2014 Cover

Handbook of Nature Study Newsletter

June 2014 – Nature Photography

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Contents of this edition of the newsletter include:

  • 4 articles with practical advice and tips for taking better photos of nature, even an article to help you with iPhone photos!
  • Nature Journal Toppers
  • Summer Fun Grid
  • Recommended study links

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3 thoughts on “Handbook of Nature Study Newsletter – June 2014 Edition

  1. I’m subscribed to your e-mails but I don’t think I got one with a link to this month’s newsletter. Is it possible to resend?

  2. You may have it in your spam inbox. If you still don’t see it, you will need to unsubscribe and then subscribe again and you will get the newsletter sent to you. The newsletter comes in a separate email at the beginning of the month. This time it went out on 5/31/14.

  3. Thanks, it was in the spam folder. Which is weird, because the other two e-mails from you on the same day went into my regular inbox with no trouble. I wonder if there’s something different with the formatting?

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