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    Birders visit Fort Indiantown Gap [Image 2 of 6]

    Birders visit Fort Indiantown Gap

    FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, PA, UNITED STATES

    05.27.2015

    Photo by Tech. Sgt. Ted Nichols 

    Fort Indiantown Gap

    Birders take part in a bird walk led by the installation's wildlife staff, May 27, 2015. Fort Indiantown Gap currently provides habitat for 40 species of mammals, 249 species of birds, 36 species of reptiles and amphibians, 27 species of fish and many notable species of invertebrates including 83 species of butterflies and 241 species of moths. This includes excellent populations of deer, turkey, bear, bobcat, rabbit, squirrel, wild trout, amphibians, reptiles, small mammals and songbirds. The installation covers more than 17,000 acres, including approximately 1,000 acres of scrub oak and pitch pine scrubland and 4,500 acres of native grassland habitat – the largest in the commonwealth. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Ted Nichols/Released)

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    Date Taken: 05.27.2015
    Date Posted: 06.02.2015 12:30
    Photo ID: 1969661
    VIRIN: 150527-F-ZT651-001
    Resolution: 4500x2980
    Size: 7.79 MB
    Location: FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, PA, US 

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