David Tetzlaff, left, director of the Naples Zoo, points out the areas on a map of the zoo to Thomas Franchino, second from right, a member of Collier County's Historical Preservation Board, and Ray Bellows, center, Collier County manager of planning services, during a tour of the property Wednesday morning. Members of the preservation board held their monthly meeting at the zoo in order to get a close-up look at about 13 acres of the Nehrling gardens to decide whether to designate it as a historical site. Lexey Swall/Staff

Photo by LEXEY SWALL

David Tetzlaff, left, director of the Naples Zoo, points out the areas on a map of the zoo to Thomas Franchino, second from right, a member of Collier County's Historical Preservation Board, and Ray Bellows, center, Collier County manager of planning services, during a tour of the property Wednesday morning. Members of the preservation board held their monthly meeting at the zoo in order to get a close-up look at about 13 acres of the Nehrling gardens to decide whether to designate it as a historical site. Lexey Swall/Staff

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