Campers discover creek life


Savannah Rickard of Beavercreek befriends a young toad.


Taking a lunch break along the ravine, Liberty Phillips of Xenia with Haley Byers and Ally Byers of Beavercreek experimented with clay found in the ravine’s rock and water.


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Graham Rickman of Xenia wears his camp bucket hat and handcrafted bandana with his friend Elliot Davis of Beavercreek. Campers discovered fossils, aquatic life, wildlife, plant life and more at Narrows Reserve during Greene County Parks and Trails’ Creekin’ Camp.

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Savannah Rickard of Beavercreek befriends a young toad.
http://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/08/web1_PurpleShirt.jpgSavannah Rickard of Beavercreek befriends a young toad.

Taking a lunch break along the ravine, Liberty Phillips of Xenia with Haley Byers and Ally Byers of Beavercreek experimented with clay found in the ravine’s rock and water.
http://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/08/web1_GirlsCamp.jpgTaking a lunch break along the ravine, Liberty Phillips of Xenia with Haley Byers and Ally Byers of Beavercreek experimented with clay found in the ravine’s rock and water.