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Dellinger's Pond, west of the Plumas County courthouse on Main Street in Quincy, provides habitat for amphibians and fowl and drinking water for a host of animals. Photo submitted

Dellinger’s Pond offers respite for wildlife

Can you see it? Dellinger’s Pond is home to very large frogs that take a keen eye to spot. Photo submitted

A pathway leads part way around Dellinger’s Pond, a popular watering hole for local wildlife in Quincy. Environmental studies students from Feather River College have worked on the area, which includes informational signage. It’s the perfect spot to look for frogs and turtles, as well as watch waterfowl skim across the water. If you have a photo to share that highlights the beauty of Plumas County, send it to [email protected].

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