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02/13/2014

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Anne Snudden

I am a past trained volunteer. I am at Lola Valley Park in Redford near Ferrell, and I am hearing lots of wood frogs. Thought I would let you know!

Anne Snudden

Fenkell, not Ferrell (Damn auto correct! )

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