By DANIEL ROGERS

ROSWELL, Ga. —

In Roswell, Georgia, established in the mid-1970s, lies the Chattahoochee Nature Center with its 127 acres of forest trails, wildlife exhibits and events for children and adults alike. Photo by Daniel Rogers
In Roswell, Georgia, established in the mid-1970s, lies the Chattahoochee Nature Center with its 127 acres of forest trails, wildlife exhibits and events for children and adults alike. Photo by Daniel Rogers
Near the entrance lies one of the many meeting and rest areas where tours hold events and families take in their surroundings. Schools often bring classes to the center for rare opportunities to experience nature. Photo by Daniel Rogers
Near the entrance lies one of the many meeting and rest areas where tours hold events and families take in their surroundings. Schools often bring classes to the center for rare opportunities to experience nature. Photo by Daniel Rogers
Sprawling paths, with one of the paths being a butterfly garden, lead towards sights such as the beaver habitat, raptor and bald eagle aviaries. Photo by Daniel Rogers
Sprawling paths, with one of the paths being a butterfly garden, lead towards sights such as the beaver habitat, raptor and bald eagle aviaries. Photo by Daniel Rogers
In addition to providing its patrons opportunities to connect with nature, the center provides rehabilitation to wildlife and fundraising for causes such as Corporate Eco Challenge. Signs that offer information about the inhabitants are spread throughout the center, offering learning opportunities for children and adults alike. Photo by Daniel Rogers
In addition to providing its patrons opportunities to connect with nature, the center provides rehabilitation to wildlife and fundraising for causes such as Corporate Eco Challenge. Signs that offer information about the inhabitants are spread throughout the center, offering learning opportunities for children and adults alike. Photo by Daniel Rogers
The Chattahoochee River is not the only body of water being shown at the Chattahoochee Nature Center, with Kingfisher Pond and Beaver Pond offering attractions such as fish, turtles, beavers and canoe rides. Photo by Daniel Rogers
The Chattahoochee River is not the only body of water being shown at the Chattahoochee Nature Center, with Kingfisher Pond and Beaver Pond offering attractions such as fish, turtles, beavers and canoe rides. Photo by Daniel Rogers
Continuing through the center, paths begin to branch out into the Stone Cabin, Forest, Homestead and Beaver Pond trails which span the expanse of the 127 acres. Photo by Daniel Rogers
Continuing through the center, paths begin to branch out into the Stone Cabin, Forest, Homestead and Beaver Pond trails which span the expanse of the 127 acres. Photo by Daniel Rogers
On the Forest and Homestead trails lie remnants of a 1940s homestead including a chimney and a gravesite. Photo by Daniel Rogers
On the Forest and Homestead trails lie remnants of a 1940s homestead including a chimney and a gravesite. Photo by Daniel Rogers
Visitors are eventually reminded of the modern world after hours of exploration and learning at the Chattahoochee Nature Center. Photo by Daniel Rogers
Visitors are eventually reminded of the modern world after hours of exploration and learning at the Chattahoochee Nature Center. Photo by Daniel Rogers
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