What's Happening at Wildwood Park?
Conservation Video Series
Starts Sunday, January 31
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Job Announcement - Part-time Environmental Educator
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2015 Friends of Wildwood Photo Contest Exhibit
Winners on display in the downstairs gallery of the nature center.
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Wildwood Day Camp registration open
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Wildwood Photography Workshop Series, 2016
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Wildwood bridge and trail improvements completed
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Wildwood Lake Restoration Feasibility Study
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Trail & Bird Sighting Info
Parking lots are open. Trails snow covered.
Fox Run Trail is closed.
With blue sky and snow clinging to the trees, today is a great day for photography.
There is lots of activity at the bird feeders behind the nature center.
As the ice recedes from the lake, waterfowl return. Today, American Black Ducks, Mallards, Northern Pintails, Canada Geese, and a Tundra Swan were seen.
The feeders near the nature center are busy. Today's highlights include American Tree Sparrow and a leucistic (lacking pigment but not all white like an albino) American Goldfinch.
There are many tracks in the snow. Most are deer, but there are also interesting bird and mammal tracks. Don't miss the tracking class at Wildwood on Saturday morning.