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Photos from Splinter Hill Bog

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Hey everyone, I know it's been a while since I've posted here. Well, long story short I am finishing my senior year of high school in Montgomery, Alabama playing football for my brother. Yesterday, I had the day off from track so I decided to make the 2 1/2 hour drive down to Perdido to check out the Splinter Hill Bog. I made sure to take a lot of photos to share with everyone so here they are!
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Not a Number

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Now that's a sight, Sarracenia and Drosera as far as the eye can see. Hats off to the TNC for their efforts and to all that participated in the 2008 auction.
 

Ant

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Awesome pictures. Glad to see places like that still exist. The purp x leuco hybrids look cool, I love the one in the last picture of the last post.
 

Jag

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Nice sight. Good to see that there are still some few bog places around.
I don't know where did people get that Sarracenias are tropical??
Thanks for sharing!
 
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