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Trees shade an entry drive at Secor Metropark West of Sylvania.

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Fewer people visit the paths at Secor Metropark than other metro parks in the area.

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Caleb, 5, left, and his brother Micah Risher, 7, right, play together at Secor Metropark.

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Children play near a picnic area at Secor Metropark.

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A Ruby Throated Hummingbird swoops in for a drink at Secor Metropark.

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Art Weber, director of nature photography, left, and Karen Pugh, manager of Galleries and exhibits, talk about some of the attractions of Secor Metropark's National Center for Nature Photography.

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Ellie Crawford, 18, of Las Vegas, takes a look at one of the national photographic exhibits inside the National Center for Nature Photography at Secor Metropark. The center features rotating galleries of local and national work. Crawford was in town for a visit and had biked out to see the photographs.

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Scott Carpenter describes some of the photographic exhibits inside the National Center for Nature Photography.

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Tables and a small garden are outside the National Center for Nature Photography at Secor Metropark.

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The National Center for Nature Photography at Secor Metropark West of Sylvania houses galleries and wildlife viewing windows. The park features rotating galleries of local and national work.

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The National Center for Nature Photography features a newly-hung mural of a Monarch Butterfly, taken by Art Weber, director of nature photography, at Secor Metropark.

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The historic Wolfinger Cemetery is located at Secor Metropark.

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