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    The Miller Fireplace near the top of the sanctuary on Nov. 17 is covered with a light blanket of snow on the green trail at Thorncrag Bird Sanctuary.

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    Gary Timberlake walks up the White Trail on Nov. 17 at Thorncrag Bird Sanctuary in Lewiston. "I have lived here all my life and never knew this place existed. A neighbor told me about it last year and I have come every day since. I used to walk around the streets but this place is so quiet and beautiful, a real gem." he said after crossing a brook.

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    Members of the Stanton Bird Club on a field trip, August 16, 1923.

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    Water cascades down a small brook on Nov. 17 at Thorncrag Bird Sanctuary in Lewiston.

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    Stanton Bird Club members gathered Sept. 25 for their annual meeting and 100th anniversary year of Thorncrag Nature Sanctuary. The event was highlighted by the dedication of a volunteer monument at the height of land at Thorncrag, which also happens to be the highest point of land in Lewiston. From left are President of the Board of Directors Jeri Maurer, volunteer Lew McCarthy and retiring volunteer land steward Gary Maurer.

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    A compass plaque at the Trafton Pinnacle on the Green Trail in Thorncrag marks the tallest point in Lewiston.

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    Bill Rowland walks along a trail on Nov. 17 at Thorncrag Bird Sanctuary in Lewiston. "I recently moved here and usually jog on the trails with my micro spikes but today I am just enjoying a slower pace."

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    The Kavanagh Bench is a popular spot to stop and rest on the way up an incline on the Yellow Trail at Thorncrag.

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    Blue sky and a cloud on Nov. 17 are reflected in one of several vernal pools in the sanctuary.

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    One of many bridges that cross brooks throughout Thorncrag Nature Sanctuary in Lewiston.

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    Mushrooms grow on a tree Nov. 17 at Thorncrag Bird Sanctuary in Lewiston.

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    A Captain America action figure is wedged into a gap in a tree on Nov. 17 at Thorncrag Bird Sanctuary in Lewiston.

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    One of a number of benches throughout the sanctuary for visitors to sit and take in the beauty.

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