Spring Slow Moments: Blatchley Nature Preserve & Meltzer Woods
Environmental Collection • 16m
This short slow moment film takes you to Blatchley Nature Study Club, a private preserve along the banks of the White River in Hamilton County and Meltzer Woods, one of Indiana's last remaining fragments of old growth forest. It’s an early spring day: you’ll hear the cacophony of birds, creaks of swaying trees, trickle of running water and sighing of breezes through grasses and branches.
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