Three Sisters Ponds

Three Sisters Ponds

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Three Sisters Ponds overgrown
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This group of man-made ponds once served as the Sea Lion Pond for the park. Later, the creatures were moved inside the gates of the zoo, and the ponds were closed and abandoned. Only one of the ponds still retains water, but rehabilitation of the ponds was planned for 2010.

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It was a Special Place (beautiful/scenic/quiet urban park get-away) for my generation, and needs to be restored for the next generation of Baltimoreans to enjoy.

Three Sisters Ponds restoration proponent!

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Agree wholeheartedly!!

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I usedt o walk my dog on the back roads behind the Emus pens. Is that area still open fo hiking?

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leave this area alone and obscure if it is restored it will be abused and destroyed. leave it alone for those of us who know where it is and enjoy its peacefulness and obscurity.

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It was a Special Place (beautiful/scenic/quiet urban park get-away) for my generation, and needs to be restored for the next generation of Baltimoreans to enjoy.

Three Sisters Ponds restoration proponent!

-

Agree wholeheartedly!!

-

I usedt o walk my dog on the back roads behind the Emus pens. Is that area still open fo hiking?

-

leave this area alone and obscure if it is restored it will be abused and destroyed. leave it alone for those of us who know where it is and enjoy its peacefulness and obscurity.

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