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Group: Park It in Texas: Barton Warnock Environmental Education Center
Image: Geologic Forces
File Size: 2000 x 1333 pixels, 373 kilobytes
By-line: EARL NOTTINGHAM
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Caption/Information: An Alabama couple visiting the Barton Warnock Environmental Education Center in Lajitas learns about the geologic forces that helped shape the rugged terrain seen throughout the Big Bend region today.
|By-Line (Author)||EARL NOTTINGHAM|
|By-Line Title (Author Position)||TEXAS PARKS & WILDLIFE PHOTOG.|
|Country/Primary Location Name||USA|
|Source||TEXAS PARKS AND WILDLIFE|
|Copyright Notice||EARL NOTTINGHAM/ TEXAS PARKS & WILDLIFE|
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