October 2016 – One year update for the NFWF Marsh Restoration site.

Figure 1. After one year, the NFWF Marsh Restoration Site sports 0.74 acres of new vegetation that has expanded from existing marsh or recruited by other propagules.

Figure 1. After one year, the NFWF Marsh Restoration Site sports 0.74 acres of new vegetation that has expanded from existing marsh or recruited on new mudflats by seeds or other propagules.

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Figure 3. Bird use varies by water level and weather conditions. when the water drops to normal or below, the varied topography is utilized by a variety of avian representatives.

Figure 3. Bird use varies by water level and weather conditions. when the water drops to normal or below, the varied topography is utilized by a variety of avian representatives.

 

 

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