A fern grows in the old growth section Lilley Cornett Woods, which is part of Eastern Kentucky University's natural areas in rural Letcher County. These woods are among the most bio-diverse in the continental United States, with a wide variety of new & old growth species.
Photo by Tim Webb
A fern grows in the old growth section Lilley Cornett Woods, which is part of Eastern Kentucky University's natural areas in rural Letcher County. These woods are among the most bio-diverse in the continental United States, with a wide variety of new & old growth species. Photo by Tim Webb LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
A fern grows in the old growth section Lilley Cornett Woods, which is part of Eastern Kentucky University's natural areas in rural Letcher County. These woods are among the most bio-diverse in the continental United States, with a wide variety of new & old growth species. Photo by Tim Webb LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

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