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International Year of Forests

(January 1st, 2011 - December 31st, 2013)

Pat Albright

Restoration Mangrove Wetlands Part 2

Pat Albright

Texas Native Forest Boardwalk Part 2

Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Texas, USA

May 17, 2011, 1:30 pm Central Texas Time (GMT -6)

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This is the South Entrance to this outdoor classroom, the Texas Native Forest Boardwalk is an elevated walk with educational viewing stations. We are reminded that its purpose is to stimulate interest and encourage visitors to discover conservation in their Texas forest home environment.

Along the walk you may find these trees: Shumard Oak, Chinquapin Oak, Western Soapberry and Cedar Elm. Other trees may be found in Part 1's description list.

A "Thank you" goes to Kathleen Cook, Landscape Designer at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. 5/26/11
Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Texas

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Lat: 32° 44' 12.41" N
Long: 97° 21' 32.47" W

Elevation: 560 feet elevation above Mean Sea Level

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