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A Program To Reveal Wildlife And Gardening Secrets

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The Botanical Gardens will be the place to be on Wednesday's during the month of January and February.  A winter lecture series is set to begin which will allow people to learn about the birds in our area along with gardening tips.  Dr. Michael Womack with the Botanical Gardens spoke with 3 News First Edition Weekend Anchor Michael Gibson about the program.  You can check out their website at http://www.stxbot.org/ for more information on the lecture series. The first begins this coming Wednesday at 10 a.m.

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