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    [Name]: Snyder Middleswarth Natural Area
    [Image]: SnyderMiddleswarth.jpg
    [Date]: 1967
    [Location]: 40°48′36″N 77°16′59″W / 40.81°N 77.283056°W / 40.81; -77.283056 (Snyder Middleswarth Natural Area)
    [County]: Snyder
    [Ownership]: public/state Bald Eagle State Forest
    [Description]: A hemlock, pine, and oak forest located on 500 acres (202 ha).

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    [Name]: Titus and Wattsburg Bogs
    [Date]: 1977
    [Location]: 41°56′36″N 79°45′47″W / 41.943388°N 79.763107°W / 41.943388; -79.763107 (Titus and Wattsburg Bogs)
    [County]: Erie
    [Ownership]: private/nonprofit
    [Description]: A peatland of 125 acres (51 ha) located near the shore of Lake Erie.

  • []: 25
    [Name]: Tionesta Scenic and Research Natural Areas
    [Image]: Flickr - Nicholas T - Tionesta Research Natural Area (Revisited) (1).jpg
    [Date]: 1973
    [Location]: 41°38′42″N 78°56′28″W / 41.645°N 78.941°W / 41.645; -78.941 (Tionesta Scenic and Research Natural Areas)
    [County]: Warren McKean
    [Ownership]: public/federal Allegheny National Forest
    [Description]: 4,131 acres (1,672 ha) of old growth forest on the Allegheny Plateau.

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    [Name]: Box Huckleberry Site
    [Image]: BoxHuckleberry.jpg
    [Date]: April 1967
    [Location]: 40°24′22″N 77°10′26″W / 40.406111°N 77.173889°W / 40.406111; -77.173889 (Box Huckleberry Site)
    [County]: Perry
    [Ownership]: public/state Tuscarora State Forest
    [Description]: A 10-acre (4.0 ha) natural area which preserves a rare colony of box huckleberry over 1,000 years old.

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    [Name]: Reynolds Spring and Algerine Swamp Bogs
    [Date]: 1974
    [Location]: 41°33′03″N 77°29′51″W / 41.550902°N 77.497481°W / 41.550902; -77.497481 (Reynolds Spring and Algerine Swamp Bogs)
    [County]: Tioga Lycoming
    [Ownership]: public/state Tioga State Forest
    [Description]: Contains two bogs of 1,302 acres (527 ha) and 84 acres (34 ha), which are surrounded by thick oak and pine groves.

  • []: 16
    [Name]: Nottingham Park Serpentine Barrens
    [Date]: 2009
    [Location]: 39°44′26″N 76°02′21″W / 39.740507°N 76.039112°W / 39.740507; -76.039112 (Nottingham County Park)
    [County]: Chester
    [Ownership]: private/nonprofit
    [Description]: A 651-acre (263 ha) county park on one of the largest outcrops of serpentine in the eastern US, which creates a savanna-like habitat with a number of unusual flora.

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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is a state of the Northeastern United States, one of the 13 states. Pennsylvania is bounded by Lake Erie in the northwest, New York in the North and Northeast, New Jersey in the east, Delaware in the southeast, Maryland in the south, West Virginia in the southwest, and Ohio in the West. 1787 became the second State to join the Union when the Constitution was ratified on December 12. Known for its religious freedom and political democracy since its inception, the state has had a strong influence in North America.

Many important chapters in American history were written in Pennsylvania. Because the state is located in the middle of 13 states (six in the north and six in the south) , together with the state’s central role in the independence of the United States, the “keystone state” known. Bear Meadows Natural Area, Huckleberry Site, Cook Forest State Park, Pine Creek Gorge and many other famous American tourist attractions are also located in Pennsylvania. More details can be found in the 26 entries collated by the random tool generator.

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