QUEEN OF THE PRAIRE

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6 Responses to QUEEN OF THE PRAIRE

  1. Carmon Marhshall says:

    spectacular

    Wetlands mean so much to all, including those who perhaps consider wetlands to be swamps and such. Land developers? Thank God the wetlands corridor from Fairborn to the Creek have been saved.

    The Cat Tails you photographed so well, reminded me it is one of a couple of plants that can turn sewage water into drinking water, the other being watercress.

    Thank you for what you do Paul.

  2. paaron1 says:

    You know your wetlands..the Beaver creek corridor is a great place for sure!

  3. I says:

    remarkable and a surprise, I imagine! Linda

  4. Beverly Kaser says:

    You bring out the best in nature!!! Thank you! Beve

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