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Can the inner-city Hudson's Bay Slough be a natural showcase for Prince George?

The Hudson's Bay Slough near downtown Prince George is a haven for birds and other wildlife, but it's also a prime location for dumping trash and other undesirable activity.Now, the Prince George Naturalist Club is thinking about turning the inner-city slough into a showcase for nature in the city. Club chair Clive Keen visited our studio to explain.

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