DAGSBORO, Del. (AP) – Crystal-clear skies reflect off the calm water of Pepper Creek as, almost on cue, one of the resident bald eagles skims the shore in a royal arc.
It’s this kind of awe in nature – like a child curiously digging through mud or exploring unknown paths in the woods – that the team at Delaware Botanic Gardens hopes to inspire in its visitors.
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