Pedlar Hills Natural Area Preserve

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Pedlars Hill Natural Area Preserve
IUCN category IV (habitat/species management area)
Map showing the location of Pedlars Hill Natural Area Preserve
Map showing the location of Pedlars Hill Natural Area Preserve
Location within Virginia
Location Montgomery County, Virginia
Nearest city Blacksburg
Coordinates 37°13′10″N 80°14′24″W / 37.2195°N 80.24°W / 37.2195; -80.24Coordinates: 37°13′10″N 80°14′24″W / 37.2195°N 80.24°W / 37.2195; -80.24[1]
Area 646 acres (261 ha)
http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/natural_heritage/natural_area_preserves/pedlar.shtml

Pedlars Hill Natural Area Preserve is a 646-acre (261 ha) Natural Area Preserve located in Montgomery County, Virginia. Rising over the South Fork of the Roanoke River, it supports numerous rare plants and natural communities, including a dolomite barren. Among the species found within the preserve are tall gay-feather and Addison's leatherflower, the latter endemic to Virginia.[2]

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