TONY BLACK | WASHINGTON DAILY NEWS NATURE’S COURSE: Pamlico-Tar River Foundation intern Lydia Robertson was teaching young teens from the Police Athletic League in Pitt County about the Pamlico River wetlands at the North Carolina Estuarium on Friday.
TONY BLACK | WASHINGTON DAILY NEWS
NATURE’S COURSE: Pamlico-Tar River Foundation intern Lydia Robertson was teaching young teens from the Police Athletic League in Pitt County about the Pamlico River wetlands at the North Carolina Estuarium on Friday.

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Nature’s course

Published 5:35pm Friday, July 11, 2014

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