The Fleeting Natural Wonder In Buffalo You Need To See Before It’s Too Late
Buffalo has plenty of natural wonders to experience right in our own backyard. From Niagara Falls to Letchworth and beyond, the 716 isn’t lacking in great places to explore! While most natural wonders are stationary in nature, there is one that you have to catch at exactly the right time to see (and smell). Read on to learn more about the fleeting natural wonder in Buffalo you need to see before it’s too late.
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You can learn more about the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens, including hours and admission fees, on their website here. Keep up to date on Morty’s bloom by following along on Facebook and @mortystinks on Twitter!
Did you make a trip to the Botanical Gardens to see this fleeting natural wonder the last time it bloomed? Share your memories, photos, and descriptions of the stink with us in the comments below!
Samantha Jo is a freelance copywriter, proofreader, and social media manager. In her spare time, Samantha enjoys drinking coffee, crafting, camping, blogging at kinandkindling.com, and sipping only the finest of boxed wines – not necessarily in that order.
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