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Slippery elm trees are named for their inner bark, which is moist and slippery. American Indians used the bark to reduce swelling and take the venom out of a bite or sting. It is still used today to make throat lozenges.
Important Bird Areas
Several areas managed by Metro Parks have been named Important Bird Areas by Audubon Ohio, including Deep Lock Quarry and Liberty Park.
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