What's Happening at Wildwood Park?
Wetlands Festival, April 26
Walks, activities, exhibitors, ZooAmerica programs, and MORE!
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Art In The Wild
Visit the 15 exhibits along Wildwood Way and the Towpath Trail.
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Vote for your favorite at woobox.com/row5v8 or in the Olewine Nature Center. Deadline for votes is June 15, 2014.
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2014 Friends of Wildwood Photo Contest
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Day Camps Announced
Registration is open. Space is limited.
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Trail & Bird Sighting Info
All trails are open.
More migrants returning to Wildwood: Brown Thrasher and female Red-winged Blackbirds.
Trout Lilies and Dutchmans Breeches are blooming around the nature center.
Northward migrants have reached Wildwood Park, including Yellow-rumped Warbler, Blue-grey Gnatcatcher, Eastern Towhee, and House Wren.
A pair of Red-bellied Woodpeckers was seen at the feeders behind the nature center.
Green herons have returned to Wildwood Lake. They were spotted along the Towpath Trail.
On warm, sunny days, Garter Snakes have been seen on the East Shore Trail.
A Field Sparrow was seen behind the nature center.
Bird sightings from a walk around Wildwood Park: American Wigeon, Northern Pintail, Northern Shoveler, Wood Duck, Gadwall, Green-winged Teal, American Black Duck, Mallard, Canada Goose, Pied-billed Grebe, Horned Grebe, Great Egret, Great Blue Heron, American Woodcock, Osprey, Belted Kingfisher, Tree Swallows.
Sightings from the Wildlife Viewing area in the Olewine Nature Center: American Goldfinch (changing to yellow summer plumage), House Finch, Tufted Titmouse, Mourning Dove, Chickadee spp., Red-winged Blackbird, Downy Woodpecker, Brown-headed Cowbird, Song Sparrow, White-breasted Nuthatch, Dark-eyed Junco, Northern Cardinal.