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See smaller Workers walk on top of a section of a pedestrian bridge as they install it at Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.

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Workers walk on top of a section of a pedestrian bridge as they install it at Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.

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  • A crane puts a portion of a pedestrain bridge in place over Henderson Creek at the Environmental Learning Center at Rookery Bay headquarters off Collier Boulevard.
  • A view looking north as a crane lowers a portion of a pedestrian bridge in place over Henderson Creek at the Environmental Learning Center at Rookery Bay headquarters off Collier Boulevard south of U.S. 41 East.
  • Workers walk on top of a section of a pedestrian bridge as they install it at Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.
  • Workers guide a section of a pedestrian bridge into place in July 2009 at Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve headquarters.
  • The pedestrian bridge over Henderson Creek at Rookery Bay provides visitor access to state-owned land representative of habitats found in the 110,000 acre reserve.
  • A pedestrian bridge over Henderson Creek links the second floor of the Environmental Learning Center at Rookery Bay headquarters to state-owned land on the south side of the creek.
  • Work on Rookery Bay's $1.2 million pedestrian bridge was completed in November 2009 after getting under way in 2006 with federal and state grants.

Work finished in November 2009 on a unique pedestrian bridge at Rookery Bay.

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