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Florida / Hurricane Andrew / Recovery / Bill Baggs State Park #708727

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 24, 2002
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(Studio: Derek McGinty) How Hurricane Andrew was a blessing in disguise for Bill Baggs State Park in Key Biscayne, Florida, featured; scenes shown of the invasive pine trees ripped out by the storm & the recovering ecosystem. [Park wildlife manager biologist Elizabeth GOLDEN - says it was a windscape after Andrew; warns that people have not learned.] [Miami Dade County naturalist Dr. Roger HAMMER†, Audubon of Florida science director Dr. Mark KRAUS†, University of Miami professor Harold WANLESS†- comment on the miraculous recovery of the environment.]

McGinty, Derek

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