Wildlife trees were placed on Pond 1

Title: Wildlife trees were placed on Pond 1

Description
Called snags or wildlife trees, dead trees have been deliberately placed (some even upside down) on Pond 1 to create perches and nesting sites for birds, and habitat for other wildlife.
Keywords
sustainable development, fort mcmurray, oil sands reclamation, oil sands project, wapisiw look out
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2860 px width by 4304 px height
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300 x 452
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