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Wildlife & Plants of Saint Paul Parks

Wildlife & Plants of Saint Paul Parks

What flies, crawls, creeps, leaps, and swims in Saint Paul's 179 parks and natural areas? As Saint Paul Natural Resources engages over 5,000 community members annually in habitat restoration and environmental education activities, help document the increasingly diverse species in this urban oasis! Sign in to join mission

Wildlife & Plants of Saint Paul Parks
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Saint Paul's 2,300 acres of natural areas host thousands of migrant and resident wildlife species. The Mississippi River valley snakes through Saint Paul, serving as a vitally important wildlife corridor and offering a variety of plant communities in its bluffs, floodplains, and waters. Explore this wonderful resource and share your discoveries with the public on Project Noah!

Wildlife & Plants of Saint Paul Parks

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