An enormous old Sycamore tree can be found near the River, while
tiny 400 million year old plants cling to stream rocks only inches from
cement slabs, and migrating songbirds still find cover in the forest.
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Help us celebrate the natural beauty of Atlanta's Parks and Greenspaces.
Your photos from our Walk-Abouts throughout 2014 will be presented
in an exhibit at Atlanta's City Hall!
Photography is a great way to let our City officials
and Parks staff know how important Nature is to Atlantans
and how much we appreciate their work to keep it green!
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Atlanta is located in the richest natural environment in the US! We can enjoy being outside and learn the importance of our region's world class bio-diversity in visiting the natural areas in Atlanta's parks and greenspace. Kathryn Kolb and Jessica Muhammad lead naturalist walks from urban pocket parks to large nature preserves, where you will always experience beautiful and fascinating natural discoveries and meet new friends who enjoy nature. Walks are free of charge. To learn more and RSVP, please visit the Eco-A website.
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