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Deering, New Hampshire 03244

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Deering Reservoir
Coordinates: 43.0588546, -71.8462944
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Deering Wildlife Sanctuary
Coordinates: 43.1026123, -71.8387413
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About Deering Reservoir
Deering is a town in Hillsborough County. Deering is bordered by Hillsborough and Henniker to the north, Weare to the east, Francestown to the south, Bennington to the southwest, and Antrim to the west.

The town has a total area of 31.4 square miles. The highest point in Deering is Clark Summit, at 1,570 feet above sea level. Deering lies fully within the Merrimack River watershed. The eastern two-thirds of the town are drained by tributaries of the Piscataquog River, which flows east to join the Merrimack in Manchester, while the western third of the town drains to the Contoocook River, which forms the western boundary of the town and flows north to the Merrimack in Penacook.

The town is crossed by NH-149, connecting Hillsborough to the north with Weare to the east.
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