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Photographs of preserved natural areas near Duke Campus

"Start Local"

Although my research involves remote and alien habitats, local rivers and hills fulfill my daily need for nature.
These photographs show natural areas within a 30 minute drive of Duke University and are meant to
encourage people to explore them or other areas near their own homes. All these habitats are preserved
due to the hard work of primarily volunteer organizations.

High resolution versions of these photographs are available upon request. Conservation organizations
are particularly encouraged to use these images to protect and raise awareness of natural lands.

 

New Hope Creek

Haw River

Rocky River

Eno River

Little River

Flat River

Occoneechee Mountain

Horton Grove Preserve

Snow Hill Preserve

Lee County White Pines Preserve

Mark's Creek Priority Area

Penny tract of New Hope Creek

Justice Lands

Eno Forks

Piedmont Beech Natural Area

Durham and Blackwood tracts of Duke Forest

 

Animals

Maps

 

Conservation organizations associated with the lands found in these photographs:

Eno River Association
Haw River Assembly
Triangle Land Conservancy
New Hope Creek Corridor Advisory Committee
Nature Conservancy (North Carolina Chapter)
Haw River Trail

 

 

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