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Courthouse Falls & Living Waters – September 21, 2018

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Jones Gap State Park – April 9, 2018

A little damp and chilly, but well worth it! Photography by David Heavner, Penny Longhurst, & Jim Poling On the way back to Brevard some of us drove up Persimmon Ridge Road, passing Ashmore and Eva Chandler Heritage Preserves, and … Continue reading

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Table Rock State Park – April 6, 2018

Click on any picture to enter the slide show. Photography by Ken Borgfeldt, Alice Greko, Penny Longhurst, & Jim Poling  

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Naturalists Visit Newfoundland – January 19, 2018

Jim Poling was amazed by the geology, history, culture, birds, and wildflowers on his visit to Newfoundland in July 2016. His talking about it encouraged Penny Longhurst to go in July 2017. Jim and Penny will share what they learned … Continue reading

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Courthouse Falls – October 6, 2017

We’ve included a photograph of Monkshood (Aconitum uncinatum) in bloom so you can compare it to the fruit that we saw on our walk. Our lunch spot: and an old video of Courthouse Falls Photography by Ken Borgfeldt & Penny Longhurst,

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Meet the Salamanders of Western North Carolina: Origins, Diversity, and Conservation – November 11, 2016

The origin of amphibians is traced back to about 350 million years ago when ancient fishes began their invasion of the land. One product of this long evolutionary history – modern salamanders of the Southern Appalachian Mountains – displays extraordinary … Continue reading

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Bad Creek to the Whitewater River – October 14, 2016

(Click on any picture to zoom) Photography by Ken Borgfeldt and Penny Longhurst

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