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  • also frozen over The group checks out the area near the sand pit off of Turkey Point Road at Dividing Creek Scanning for waterfowl at the sand pit in Dividing Creek At Beaver Dam Boat Rentals in Dividing Creek we checked out the common mergansers and great blue herons that were abundant Spotting scopes made the viewing easier at Beaver Dam The big highlight here was a pair of bald

    Original URL path: http://gcnatureclub.org/cumberland.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Tour 1 20 07 Wayne Blackman s backyard in Pitman Viewing the feeders in Wayne s backyard Orchids that Wayne grows provided some spring like beauty on a wintry day

    Original URL path: http://gcnatureclub.org/Feeder_Tour.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • hike We all started out together Teaberry Gaultheria procumbens Karl Anderson shares his knowledge Turkeybeard Xerophyllum asphodeloides This looks like a good place to eat our lunch White Cedar Swamp Winterberry holly Ilex laevigata Looking for cranberries Bushy beardgrass Andropogon

    Original URL path: http://gcnatureclub.org/Lebanon_SF.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Brendan Byrne State Forest formerly Lebanon S F September 2004 Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp Return to the Home Page

    Original URL path: http://gcnatureclub.org/pinelands1.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • The Glades Fieldtrip March 13 2004 nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp Return to the Home Page

    Original URL path: http://gcnatureclub.org/gladespix.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • was Dutchman s breeches yellow corydalis cut leaved toothwort trout lily spring beauty bloodroot spicebush trailing arbutus spring cress and harbinger of spring were found in bloom along with such adventives as hairy bittercress common chickweed purple dead nettle and ivy leaved speedwell Virginia bluebell trillium early saxifrage and blue cohosh were in bud The distinctive leaves of cranefly orchid were noted in some abundance on a beech forested slope

    Original URL path: http://gcnatureclub.org/susqpark1.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • was kept entertained by the many stories David had about bees and how they build their colonies We were captivated by the story of David putting his hand in the middle of the hive with no harm Not only was the Club treated to the tools of the trade but David had his own honey for sale as well We thank David for his patience in answering the many questions

    Original URL path: http://gcnatureclub.org/may03.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • couple of hours Okay what do I do again I promise to pay attention this time Wait I almost have it Just need to finish the eyes Teachers have the ability to captivate This seems pretty easy and it will make the kitchen smell great You are doing such a good job can you make one for me too I hope the birds like this pinecone feeder What a great

    Original URL path: http://gcnatureclub.org/craftnight.htm (2016-04-29)
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