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University students participate in experimental archaeology as they work on building a dugout canoe using only technology available to Native Guale Indians. - Picture of Melon Bluff Nature Center, Sunbury

Photo: University students participate in experimental archaeology as they work on building a dugout canoe using only technology available to Native Guale Indians.

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University students participate in experimental archaeology as they work on building a dugout canoe using only technology available to Native Guale Indians.
One of the first signs of spring is the emergence of tiny native violets on the forest floor
Plein air painters and photographers love Melon Bluff.
Not only humans leave their footprints...
Melon Bluff features three freshwater lakes.
The treehouse gives visitors a birds-eye view of the forest canopy and the pristine salt marsh beyond.
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