Tuesday, March 17, 2009

LOLT at Beautiful Brosnan Forest

A few more photos from the Lowcountry Open Land Trust Annual Picnic are warranted since a visit to Norfolk Southern's Brosnan Forest is so very special. Being on the grounds is a nice experience, but having a guided tour and an invitation to shoot sporting clays is more than memorable.

My photos show a tree marked with a white stripe, indicating that it is being used by the federally endangered red-cockaded woodpecker, The "Upper" Lake which is used for fishing and recreational pursuits like birdwatching for the bald eagles that reside lakeside, Mike Maggard discussing the effects of prescribed fire on a wiregrass / longleaf ecosystem, and LOLT members enjoying lunch inside the Brosnan Forest dining facility.

For another blog entry from the LOLT 2009 Picnic click here.

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