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Lowcountry Life

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Photo above: In the southwest corner of the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) in Beaufort, at the junction of Trask Parkway and Geiger Boulevard, is a small aviation heritage park containing five retired fighter jets, including an F-4 Phantom and a F-18 Hornet. Can our readers guess the others? Send your answers to theislandnews@gmail.com. Photo by Ron Callari.

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Gordon Fritz — biologist, local environmental activist and member of the city of Beaufort Tree and Park Advisory Commission — said he usually likes to photograph large live Southern oaks. But last week while in Habersham, he discovered this dead oak along the edge of the salt marsh and realized that even in death, these trees retain their iconic place in our environment.
Gordon Fritz — biologist, local environmental activist and member of the city of Beaufort Tree and Park Advisory Commission — said he usually likes to photograph large live Southern oaks. But last week while in Habersham, he discovered this dead oak along the edge of the salt marsh and realized that even in death, these trees retain their iconic place in our environment.

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