North Texas wetlands’ pipeline of hope

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Pelicans and eagles. Bobcats and coyotes. Even a lonesome alligator.  They are among the wildlife that roam through giant bulrushes, cattails and the shallow water of a wetlands only 30 minutes southeast of downtown Dallas. The plants and animals make up the habitat of the East Fork Wetlands Project, which stretches across 2,000 acres of the Rosewood Ranch near Seagoville.

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