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Carnivorous pitcher plants and rolling thunder grace an ancient Adirondack bog

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With all the politics and debate surrounding the Finch, Pruyn deal, the land itself can seem like an abstraction. It's hard to imagine all those tens of thousands of acres. So in 2008, Brian Mann traveled with scientists to a small part of the Finch, Pruyn lands, trekking through a remote wetland near Blue Mountain Lake. Here's his audio postcard.

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