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Nelson Lake Marsh Natural Area
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This image was captured along my favorite trail in Kane County - the western side of Nelson Lake Marsh.  The thin strip of woods between the prairie to the west (Dick Young Forest Preserve) and the lake to the east (Nelson Lake State Natural Area) hosts a great collection of trees and other flora - Shagbark Hickory, Red Oak, Pokeweed, Sumac, etc.  This woods is in an interesting transitional area, with the lake (or marsh) on one side and the prairie on the other, making for a great and divirsified mixture of animals, plants and birds!

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Uploaded: 02/10/2011
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