January 22, 2018
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Dr. Paul Gray reports Lake O marsh bottoms SFWMD scraped of organics have re-grown with desired spike rush and bladderwort communities, as opposed to adjacent un-scraped areas still dominated by brush, and holding few birds. [Audubon News]
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