Sunflowers bring all the birds to the yard, even as many as 500 doves at a time, said The Preserve at South River owner Jimmy Hazel. Pocosin Mountain rises behind the trees.
Sunflowers bring all the birds to the yard, even as many as 500 doves at a time, said The Preserve at South River owner Jimmy Hazel.
Top, Jimmy Hazel stands above one of his warm-season grass fields at The Preserve at South River. Warm-season grasses make excellent habitat for numerous animals.
One type of warm-season grass at The Preserve at South River is little blue stem.
Jimmy Hazel's dog enjoy running through the grass. Scout is the brown and white English Springer Spaniel and Belle is the brown Boykin Spaniel puppy.
The South River (prior to recent rains) as seen from Hazel’s front porch.
Jimmy Hazel has used native plants to create habitats for wildlife at The Preserve at South River.
Whether driving on the east or west portions of South River Road it’s easy to see why many p…
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