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Wetlands of the Mid-Appalachians

Wetlands of the Mid-Appalachians

Wetland areas - bogs, swamps, ponds, marshes and waterway margins - are areas of rich, biological diversity and of great ecological significance. The purpose of this mission is to catalog the great variety of life (of all species) that exists within wetland areas in the central region of the Appalachian Mountains, also known as the Mid-Atlantic Region (MD, PA, VA, WV and eastern OH and KY.) Please see the Mission Details for additional information requested. Sign in to join mission

Wetlands of the Mid-Appalachians
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Doren B

1 participant 5 spottings

All species that live within or immediately adjoining wetland areas are eligible for inclusion in this mission. A principal purpose here is to document the bio-diversity of wetland areas. Please include a brief description of the wetland area where you make your spottings. It will be helpful to describe how large (or small) an area it is, whether it is on private land or publicly accessible and whether it is a naturally occurring wetland or if it is specifically managed to remain as a wetland.

Wetlands of the Mid-Appalachians

Lat: 38.77 Long: -80.39

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