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44°27’59.4″N 73°11’52.3″W

Posted: October 24th, 2017 by lzarzeck

Behind the WDW residential hall is a beautiful strip of forest that sits between the parking lot and the Burlington Country Club.  I sometimes come out here to do homework or just take a break.  To get here, go to the parking lot that is outside of the rear of the WDW residential hall and walk straight back – you can’t miss it.

This place has a wide array of different plants.  There are Basswood, American Beech, and Red Maple trees in the over story.  The understory mainly consists of small bushes and gravel.  Since there is a small path that people walk on, there is evidence of humans here.  

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Posted: October 23rd, 2017 by lzarzeck

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