Earlier this week, members of Wake Audubon and the NC Museum of Natural Sciences did the ground work on the acre of land surrounding the 30-foot tall chimney swift roost tower at the Prairie Ridge Ecostation research laboratory at 1617 Gold Star Drive in west Raleigh.
Earlier this week, members of Wake Audubon and the NC Museum of Natural Sciences did the ground work on the acre of land surrounding the 30-foot tall chimney swift roost tower at the Prairie Ridge Ecostation research laboratory at 1617 Gold Star Drive in west Raleigh. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Earlier this week, members of Wake Audubon and the NC Museum of Natural Sciences did the ground work on the acre of land surrounding the 30-foot tall chimney swift roost tower at the Prairie Ridge Ecostation research laboratory at 1617 Gold Star Drive in west Raleigh. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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