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Bayou Majesty

BEAUTY OF SWAMP UNFOLDS ON STATE WATER TRAIL

Posted: November 29, 2012 at 1:53 a.m.

Debbie Doss of Conway explores the wonders of a swamp while paddling on Bayou De View, one of the routes in the Arkansas Water Trails system. Bayou De View water trail passes the spot where the ivory-billed woodpecker was seen and videotaped in 2004. Doss paddles here on Nov. 9 about 10 miles south of the woodpecker sighting location.

Arkansas swamps are home, sweet home for ducks, deer, maybe an ivory-billed woodpecker or three.

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Outdoor, Pages 8 on 11/29/2012

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