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January 15, 2016 11:04 PM

Restoring rare trees in works at Congaree National Park

Less than 4 percent of the original long leaf pine forests remain in the Southeast

The endangered red-cockaded woodpeckers prefer older longleaf pines and could benefit from government’s effort

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