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bog

A quagmire covered with grasses, wet, spongy ground; a small marsh or plant community on moist, acidic peat.

bog

an area of peat formation, typically in upland situations, which supports an extremely OLIGOTROPHIC vegetation. See FEN.
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There is no land more significant or more important to the future of the Neches River, the wildlife or character of East Texas than Boggy Slough.
Admiring the Boggy Creek Gang Camp in Florida that they had visited, the Petty's also wanted their camp to be part of the Hole in the Wall Association that was started by actor Paul Newman.
LLC: Boggy Slough West, LLC owned a 477-acre winery located in Napa Valley, CA.
With mentoring from Sandra's mother Violet, who has a vast store of traditional wetland knowledge, they have applied traditional know-how to dramatically transform the wetlands of Boggy Plain from a dense thicket of grass into a mosaic of habitats that are rich in biodiversity,' Andersen says.
Torrential rain in Parma forced the game to be played in boggy conditions and Wales were never going to match their high-scoring feats of the last two years when they won 78-19 and 95-0.
If we would not plant our forests close to springs -- but instead allowed that land to remain boggy -- we might mop up much of our nitrate," Schulze argues.
The Central Florida Expressway Authority first has to install tollbooths on the entrance and exit ramps to the BeachLine at Boggy Creek Road and Conway Road/Tradeport Drive.
The panicky passengers hid inside the berths or slept in the train boggy to escape being hit by bullets flying thick and fast.
CONNAHS QUAY NOMADS secured their place in the top six with an action-packed 6-3 win over 10-man Bala Town on a boggy pitch at Maes Tegid.
The company today launched a holiday Facebook campaign pledging to donate $5,000 to help seriously ill children attend Camp Boggy Creek, a year-round camp in Eustis, Florida, whose main purpose is to help children "forget they have what they have.
The dunlin, a wader that thrives on boggy ground, is loving life on Marsden Moor.