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New nature reserve opens to public in Omaha
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26 July 2018
On 26 July 2018 The Associated Press reported:
A public park has opened in Omaha that will create a sanctuary for pollinators such as bees and birds. The nature reserve is unlike other parks in the city, said Omaha Parks and Recreation Director Brook Bench. ... The 20 acres (8 hectares) bordering Papillion Creek were gifted to the city by residents Judy and Jim Wigton. The space is unique because it's bent toward sustaining wildlife and creating a serene space, said Mark Anderson, who lives less than a mile away from the Pacific Preserve. 'It's very soothing and very therapeutic, really,' Anderson said. 'A lot of people enjoy things like this.'
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