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Prince George Naturalists want to turn urban wetland into major attraction (photos)

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Clive Keen of the Prince George Naturalists Club considers how to incorporate a downtown neighbourhood into an improved Hudson's Bay Slough trail the club is working on.

The Hudson's Bay Slough is located between a trailer park, an industrial street, and the area of town known as Prince George's hood. That could be the reason it is underused. But the Prince George Naturalists Club wants to change that, and are in the process of creating an urban walk that they hope will bring more nature to the city.

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