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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Tree frogs enjoy World Peace Wetland Prairie and adjacent vegetated land despite removal of 30 acres of prime habitat for Aspen Ridge/Hill Place

Please click on image to ENLARGE photo of tree frog sounding off about 50 feet from World Peace Wetland Prairie on June 2, 2008. Tree frogs were abundant on the now treeless Aspen Ridge project land until it was cleared of timber in the summer of 2005. After tonight's Fayetteville City Council meeting, all references to Aspen Ridge may be appropriately read as HIll Place.
Please click on image to ENLARGE photo of tree frog sounding off about 50 feet from World Peace Wetland Prairie on June 2, 2008. Tree frogs were abundant on the now treeless Aspen Ridge project land until it was cleared of timber in the summer of 2005. After tonight's Fayetteville City Council meeting, all references to Aspen Ridge may be appropriately read as HIll Place.

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