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Pine Hills Natural Area
Sharply dissected by deep, stream-carved canyons that have left narrow rock ridges or backbones, the Pine Hills Natural Area is probably the most remarkable example of incised meanders in the eastern United States. The site contains a variety of habitats and a number of plant species considered to be Pleistocene relicts.
Location: Montgomery County, IN
Year designated: 1968
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Last Updated: June 28, 2012