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Follow this path to the lakeshore.
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The team didn’t dig up the entire 185 acres, but the researchers extrapolated that more than 380 people may have been interred in boggy waters along the lakeshore some 2,000 years ago, based on the distribution of the remains that were excavated.
Trees and lakes The movement promoted enhancing the quality of life in cities by planting trees along streets for future canopies, protecting lakeshores and creating public parks.
Sometime between 10,000 and 15,000 years ago, a giant ground sloth—a hairy, lumbering beast that weighed as much as a metric ton—wandered along a lakeshore in what is now southern New Mexico.
Strong winds may cause flooding along the lakeshore throughout the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
The lakeshore is at the cusp of being named the park service's 60th national park; a bill to accomplish that feat passed the U.S. House of Representatives late last year and awaits approval by the U.S. Senate.
And a woman celebrating New Year's Eve on Lake Winnebago was last seen walking away from a fish shanty in the early morning hours; her body was found about 17 hours later in the backyard of a home on the lakeshore.
Saunders noted that as merlins like to perch and nest in trees, management of their populations could be targeted for tree lines near lakeshores where piping plovers are known to live and nest.
For an easy jaunt, try walking down to Little Flat, near the lakeshore; for something more invigorating, go for the five-mile Half-a-Canoe loop.
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: the shore of a lake
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