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nature trail

n.
A trail, as through woods or by a seashore, usually with natural features labeled especially for study.

nature trail

n
a path through countryside designed and usually signposted to draw attention to natural features of interest
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We were delighted when one of our volunteers Alan Charlton invested such a lot of hard work to provide the carved tree stump sculptures several months ago, and the park warden arranged to make them part of a nature trail to help everyone enjoy the park.
Owner Laura Wallace and her husband Roddy found Growler stuck up the tree on a nature trail three days after he went missing from their home in Hamilton.
Contract notice: Implementation of the nature trail in buildings no.
The road safari length is about 47 kms, and, next year, we will be opening the nature trail where visitors can walk about three to four kms.
It says: "If you want to sample a taste of the country in the suburbs, take a walk along the Nature Trail and forget where you are and all your worries.
THE Kallepeia nature trail in the Paphos District has been inundated with local and foreign visitors this August, according to head of the local council Nicos Savvides.
Riders on the Famous Wabash Trace Nature Trail Switch To Turkey
The numbers have been crunched from Monday's community head-to-head and the Harberton to Taughmonagh Nature Trail secured the first PS50,000 award.
The hard work follows a similar fund-raising effort last year which saw PS10,000 raised for a nature trail and conservation area which was installed at the school and opened by ex-pupil and former First Minister Rhodri Morgan.
Follow the nature trail and you will walk through a diverse woodland with intriguing natural features, a pond, a bird hide and an area set aside for beehives.
Back on the surface, if the sun is shining, make the most of a walk around the half mile long nature trail, where the trees and flowers are 'springing' into life and there's lots of birds and wildlife to look out for.
Twice a year, the two groups pick up debris on the nature trail located on the north side of the campus, behind the Large Animal Facility.