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In the deep woods – a moist shady place that provides diversity and habitat used by great horned owls, wilson’s warblers, and flickers. Trillium parviflorum and grandiflorum, sword fern, western star flower, miner’s lettuce, cow parsnip, and other moisture- and shade-loving plants. Also some remnant oak woodland and savanna plants like meadow checkermallow persist

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