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  • BioBlitz 2016 at Leigh Farm Park

    VIDEO: Nature lovers from all over the Triangle were invited Saturday, April 23, 2016 to the 3rd annual BioBlitz at Leigh Farm Park in southwest Durham. The Piedmont Wildlife Center coordinated the blitz with the help of visitors in the annual inventory of flora and fauna on the 82 acre historic and environmental park owned and operated by the City of Durham.

VIDEO: Nature lovers from all over the Triangle were invited Saturday, April 23, 2016 to the 3rd annual BioBlitz at Leigh Farm Park in southwest Durham. The Piedmont Wildlife Center coordinated the blitz with the help of visitors in the annual inventory of flora and fauna on the 82 acre historic and environmental park owned and operated by the City of Durham. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: Nature lovers from all over the Triangle were invited Saturday, April 23, 2016 to the 3rd annual BioBlitz at Leigh Farm Park in southwest Durham. The Piedmont Wildlife Center coordinated the blitz with the help of visitors in the annual inventory of flora and fauna on the 82 acre historic and environmental park owned and operated by the City of Durham. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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