September 2009 Kissimmee Waterway Stage IVB Development and Stage I Includes.


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Around 25 wild colts were unlawfully discharged on the Oak Creek floodplain in ... Around 25 wild colts were unlawfully discharged on the Oak Creek floodplain in ...
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September 2009 Kissimmee River Phase IVB Construction and Phase I Features Photographs by Brent Anderson

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September 23, 2009 High regular streams proceed through the Kissimmee River.

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September 23, 2009 With about 6 months of floodplain immersion, the floodplain has transitioned from earthly and semiaquatic vegetation to new grasses and other wetland vegetation. . . February 11, 2009

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September 23, 2009 With almost 6 months of floodplain immersion, the floodplain has transitioned from earthbound and semiaquatic vegetation to new grasses and other wetland vegetation. .

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September 23, 2009 With about 6 months of floodplain immersion, the floodplain has transitioned from earthly and semiaquatic vegetation to new grasses and other wetland vegetation.

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September 23, 2009 Whitetail Deer are seen scavenging in the oak river floodplain.

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September 23, 2009 Extended immersion of the Macarthur impoundment region of Phase I has permitted the intrusion of hydrilla and coasting intriguing species, for example, water hyacinth. Mats of hydrilla were seen in territories of vast water with profundities of 2-3 feet.

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July 22, 2009 Photo checking of a range that was roller hacked to evacuate an unnatural wax myrtle stand in the southwest end of the Phase I region . September 23, 2009

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September 23, 2009 Peruvian primrose willow treatment test plot at the southwest end of the Phase I refill.

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September 23, 2009 About 25 wild horses were unlawfully discharged on the Oak Creek floodplain in mid-September. They will be gathered together for reception.

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September 23, 2009 About 25 wild broncos were wrongfully discharged on the Oak Creek floodplain in mid-September. They will be gathered together for appropriation.

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BACKFILL September 18, 2009 Looking southwest in the Phase IVA refill zone. Stage IVA development was finished in 2007.

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September 18, 2009 Phase IVA refill region and floodplain looking west.

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Looking south from north end of Phase IVB inlay. Stage IVB development is slated for finishing in mid 2010. Stream September 18, 2009

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With Phase IVB inlay about 80% complete, water is as of now taking its characteristic course through the recarved waterway channels and streaming onto the floodplain. September 18, 2009

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Looking north up the inlayed C-38 close to the waist of Phase IVB. Stream September 18, 2009

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Looking north from the south end of Phase IVB inlay. Stream September 18, 2009

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This male squirrel treefrog calls for females on the Kissimmee River floodplain. This wet year was exceedingly fruitful for reproducing creatures of land and water contrasted with past dry spell years.

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