What's Happening at Wildwood Park?
Celebrate Wildwood with Billy B and the Walk for Wildlife
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Billy B and Showtimes
2016 Friends of Wildwood Photography Contest
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Art In The Wild Exhibit Open
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See the Winners
Olewine Nature Center Exhibits
Don White's photos are now on display in the downstairs gallery. Winning photos from the Friends of Wildwood Photo Contest are in the upstairs gallery
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Wildwood Lake Restoration Feasibility Study
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Trail & Bird Sighting Info
TRAILS: Boardwalks closed August 2 due to flooding.
Monarch Butterflies are being seen in increasing numbers, especially around milkweed and flowers with nectar.
A Green Heron and a Great Blue Heron were seen in the canal. They were both standing still, the green waiting for dragonflies to fly close enough to catch and the blue watching the water for sunnies.
Early this morning, a White-tailed Deer was seen near the Morning Glory Spillway.
Swamp Rose Mallow and American Lotus blooming throughout the wetland.
Cicadas are chirring in the park. These Dog-day Cicadas have a 2 to 5 year life cycle and emerge every year in consistent numbers. The Periodic Cicadas have a 13 or 17 year life cycle emerge in large broods in May or June, but not every year.