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Photograph of Rancocas Water Shed

1 year ago ldallara 0
The South Branch Rancocas Creek is a 21.7-mile-long (34.9 km) tributary of Rancocas Creek in Burlington County, New Jersey in the United States. The South Branch Rancocas Creek drains an area of 144 square miles. Much of the upland agriculture within the Rancocas Creek basin lies inside the South Branch Rancocas Creek basin. It is Read More

More Franklin Parker Preserve

1 year ago ldallara 0
In fact, beyond the familiar pines and oaks of our forests, the New Jersey Pine Barrens ecosystem has about 800 species of flowering plants and 25 species of fern. There are beautiful wildflowers – some common, some very rare even in the heart of the Pinelands – and several species of carnivorous plants, like the Read More

Sunday Morning at the Bog

1 year ago ldallara 2
Whites bog has been better known historically as the place that cultivated the first successful blueberry crops. Many are unaware that Whites bog offers a unique opportunity for seeing the birds of the Pine Barrens of new Jersey. Located in Pemberton Township, Burlington County, it is now a part of the Lebanon State Forest. Whites Read More

Franklin Parker Preserve Hike 10-6-2017

2 years ago ldallara 0
Hike around old cranberry bogs through a beautiful section of NJ’s Pine Barrens, and look for wildlife from an observation platform. I’m not sure if the river is the west branch of the West Branch of Wading River? Read More

Lost in the Pine Lands

2 years ago ldallara 0
Looking for the Jersey Devil to me to this remote location, and I got lost, still wondering where this location is located. I was hoping to make some fine art. Read More