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Trail & Bird Sighting Info
All trails are open.
Walk the Delta Boardwalk and search for Yellow-rumped Warbler, Brown Creeper, Red-shouldered Hawk and keep an eye out for Bald Eagles - very active this time of year.
A Hermit Thrush was spotted emerging from the cattails near the south end of the lake. Cooper's Hawks and Red-tailed Hawks continue to be seen around the park.
Canvasback, Lesser Scaup and Northern Pintail were seen at the south end of the lake this morning. Two Eagles were spotted flying overhead on Wildwood Way near the large Sycamore Tree. Some Eastern Bluebirds and American Robins were seen eating from the Winterberry Bushes out front of the Nature Center.
As the ice melts away, Mallards, Gadwalls, and Green-winged Teals return to the south end of the lake. A Red-shouldered Hawk and an immature Cooper's Hawk were seen along the trails. Immature Cooper's Hawks have yellow eyes, where adult Cooper's Hawks have red eyes.
An American Tree Sparrow was spotted at the bird feeders behind the Nature Center. A large group of eleven Northern Cardinals was also seen around the feeders.
A female Goldeneye was photographed on Wildwood Lake.