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From left, National Park Service superintendent Alexcy Romero, Friends of Dyke Marsh president Glenda Booth and Michael J. Bean, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and Parks, U.S. Department of Interior, present a photo of the marsh wren to the National Park Service.

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Mount Vernon: Friends of Dyke Marsh Celebrate 40th Anniversary

“It could be our Everglades.”

More than 100 members of the Friends of Dyke Marsh group, supporters and elected officials spent the afternoon at River Farm in Alexandria on Sunday Oct. 2, celebrating the Friends group’s 40th anniversary.


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