Thursday, May 3, 2012

Wetlands Are Nurserys

The wetlands serve as a nursery for ducks and other wildlife

Tracy Beerley, The McClausland Natural Lands Horticulurist
Wetland ecosystems serve as a nursery for wildlife. The habitat provided by the plants and other wetland features make it a safe place to nest and raise young. 

A pair of mallard ducks have found our wetlands to be a suitable place to raise their young.

1 comment:

  1. We also learned about invasive species removal and worked to dispose of poison hemlock plants that have become well established around the native wetland plants


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